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Handbook of The Cleveland Museum of Art 

The Cleveland Museum of Art/1978 


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Trustees of The Qeveland Museum of Art 

George P. Bickford 
Noah L. Butkin 
James H. Dempsey, Jr. 
James D. Ireland 
Severance A. Millikin 
Mrs. R. Henry Norweb 
George Oliva, Jr. 

A. Dean Perry 

Mrs. Alfred M. Rankin 
Daniel Jeremy Silver 
Mrs. Seth C. Taft 
Paul J. Vignos, Jr. 

Alton W. Whitehouse, Jr. 
John S. Wilbur 
Lewis C. Williams, President 
Norman W. Zaworski 


Copyright 1978 by The Cleveland Museum of Art 

Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data 
Qeveland Museum of Art. 


Includes index. 

1. Art-Ohio-Qeveland. 2. Cleveland Museum of Art. 
N552.A6 1977 708U7L32 76-54618 

ISBN 0-910386-31-5 



vi Floor Plans 
viii General Information 
ix Foreword 
xiii Publications 

1 Ancient Near Eastern Art 
11 Egyptian Art 
21 Classical Art 

33 Early Christian and Byzantine Art 
47 The Western Tradition 

48 “Folk Wandering” Period 

49 Carolingian and Ottonian 

50 Romanesque 
58 Early Gothic 
66 International Gothic Style (1370-1450) 
75 Late Gothic 

89 Early Italian Renaissance 
106 Italian High Renaissance 
117 Northern Renaissance 
135 Baroque and 18th-Century Italy 
149 Spanish Painting 
153 17th and 18th Centuries in the North 
171 17th- and 18th-Century France 
192 18th-Century England 
196 Colonial and Early American 
202 Neo-Classic and Romantic 
210 Late 19th- and Early 
20th-Century France 
228 Late 19th- and Early 
240 Modern 
258 Photography 








Islamic Art 

Far Eastern Art 

286 Indian 

315 Southeast Asian 

323 Chinese 

363 Korean 

367 Japanese 

Ancient Art of the Americas 
North American Indian Art 
African Art 
Oceanic Art 

Artist Index 










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The Cleveland Museum of Art is primarily a museum devoted to the arts 
of all cultures, though it differentiates itself from historical, archaeological, 
and anthropological museums in an emphasis on the aesthetic quality of an 
object rather than on its purely historical or documentary value. Its origins 
and development present an encouraging instance of private philanthropy for 
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Wade Park was given to the city of Cleveland in 1882 by the first Jeptha H. 
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ed by the donor and passed on to his grandson, J. H. Wade II. In 1892 this 
area was set aside for the erection of “a building devoted to Art and estab¬ 
lishing therein a Museum and Gallery of Art. . . for the benefit of all the 
people forever. . . .” The Cleveland Museum of Art was eventually erected on 
this land. 

Funds for such an institution were bequeathed by Hinman B. Hurlbut in 
1881, John Huntington in 1889, and Horace Kelley in 1890, each probably 
acting without the knowledge of the others. Nothing was done until in 1913 
the trustees of the two latter funds cooperated to incorporate The Cleveland 
Museum of Art, endowed by the Hinman B. Hurlbut Fund, with the building 
cost financed by The John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust and The 
Horace Kelley Art Foundation. The new museum was formally opened to the 
public on June 6, 1916, in the classical-style building designed by the archi¬ 
tects Hubbell and Benes and the architectural consultant Edmund B. 
Wheelwright of Boston. The Museum has always been a private institution for 
the public benefit, and The John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust and 
The Horace Kelley Art Foundation have made annual grants from the begin¬ 
ning. These funds have been augmented by bequests, grants, and membership 
support, all combining to produce a sound financial foundation for the var¬ 
ious operations of an art museum. 

Soon after the Museum’s opening, the first of many bequests was made: 
Dudley P. Allen, a founding trustee, left a purchase fund in 1915, and the 


following year Mary Warden Harkness bequeathed a fund in memory of 
Charles W. Harkness, as well as porcelains and paintings, Worcester R. Warner 
gave money to begin a collection of Oriental art. And at the time of the 
opening of the Museum the Severance collection of arms and armor, the tap¬ 
estries given in memory of Dudley P. Allen, and, a short time later, the J, H. 
Wade II collection of paintings formed the basis of a continuing tradition of 
giving. In 1920 J. H. Wade II established a large trust fund, whose income 
made it possible for the Museum to purchase works of art for every depart¬ 
ment. And since 1919 our Department of Prints and Drawings has enjoyed 
the generous support of The Print Club of Cleveland. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T, King, Mrs. Leonard C Hanna, William G. Mather, 

D. Z. Norton, Francis F. Prentiss, John L. Severance, Edward L, Whittemore, 
Mrs. Edward B. Greene, Mrs. R. Henry Norweb, and others made possible the 
purchase of outstanding works of art. John L. Severance and Mrs. Francis F. 
Prentiss began the formation of collections destined to be among the greatest 
bequests ever received by the Museum. In 1940 came the bequest of James 
Parmelee, and in 1942 the bequest of Julia Morgan Marlatt established the 
substantial Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund, the income to be used for 
the purchase of paintings. That year the important John L. Severance Fund 
was established for art acquisitions. It was also in 1942 that the first of many 
gifts from the Hanna Fund was received, enabling the Museum to purchase 
great works of art in every field. Two years later Elisabeth Severance Prentiss 
left her beautiful collection, together with a substantial unrestricted fund, to 
the Museum. In late 1957 the magnificent bequest of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., 
including his art collection, established large funds for purchase and operat¬ 
ing expenses. A complete catalogue of Mr. Hanna’s many gifts was published 
in 1958, Among more recent examples of this continuing philanthropy are 
the bequest of Martha Holden Jennings, establishing a major fund for the 
purchase of works of art as well as for operating expenses; The Ernest L. and 
Louise M. Gartner Fund for the Museum’s Department of Musical Arts; and 
The Severance and Greta Millikin Purchase Fund. 

It is impossible to mention here all of the other munificent gifts recorded 
from time to time in the pages of The Bulletin of The Cleveland Museum of 
Art , published continuously since 1914, two years before the opening of the 
Museum. The growth of the collections, thanks to these generous gifts of 
numerous donors and to the purchases made possible by the various funds, 
made necessary the building of additional galleries; an additional wing, de¬ 
signed by Hays and Ruth, architects, was dedicated in March of 1958. 

The educational activities of the Museum have matched the growth and 
merit of the collections. The Art History and Education Department was one 
of a very few pioneers in the field of children’s art education, a peculiarly 
American development. The programs now range from those for four-year- 
old children to adult education and undergraduate and graduate studies in 
cooperation with Case Western Reserve University. The Museum’s growing 
publications program is another aspect of this educational activity. 

Educational activities increased and diversified to such an extent that it be¬ 
came inevitable that new quarters and facilities were necessary to accommo¬ 
date them. Several special exhibition areas, a larger and more flexible audi¬ 
torium, classrooms ranging in size from lecture and recital halls capable of 
seating more than one hundred to seminar rooms for about fifteen students, 
as well as offices were all part of the concept of a new education wing added 
to the Museum in 1971. 

Because of the singular nature of the addition, the services of one of the 
world’s leading architects was sought. Marcel Breuer and Associates designed 
an extremely handsome and functional building, tying it into the original 
structure and the wing completed in 1958 by the simple and ingenious plan 
of wrapping it around the facade of the later wing. Thus, the new building is 
integrated with the existing structures and exhibition areas, yet also can 
function independently when necessary to accommodate special activities. It 
has enabled the Museum to develop its educational program more efficiently 
and with greater variety than ever before. 

This Handbook of the collections is intended to aid the visitor before and 
after his visits to the Museum—before, as a broad visual introduction to the 
wealth of material and its particular strengths; after, as a reminder of what 
has been seen, or missed. The arrangement of the Handbook is based on the 
historical and cultural arrangement of the galleries, finally achieved in 1977 
after seven years of work. 

The Handbook is the result of the concerted efforts of the various curator¬ 
ial departments. Particular mention should be made of R6my Saisselin, who 
was initially in charge of the project, and of Merald E. Wrolstad, Editor of 
Publications, who succeeded him and, assisted by Sally W. Goodfellow, 
brought the book to successful completion. Thanks are due to the Museum 
photographer, Nicholas C. Hlobeczy. 

Sherman E. Lee, Director 

Art Purchase Funds 

Art Purchase Endowment Funds 
A. W. Ellenberger Sr. 

James Albert and Mary Gardiner Ford 

Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Bequest 
Lawrence Hitchcock Memorial 
Delia E. Holden 
L. E. Holden 

Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt 

Mary Spedding Milliken Memorial 

Severance and Greta Millikin 

James Parmelee 

Cornelia Blakemore Warner 

Edward L. Whittemore 

Art Purchase Trust Funds 
Dudley P. Allen 
John L. Severance 
Norman 0. Stone and Ella A. Stone 
J. H. Wade 


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Foundation Benefactors contribute $500,000. 
Endowment funds may be established with an 
initial contribution of any sum over $500. 
Corporate memberships and contributions are 
encouraged and welcomed. 

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the General Manager. 

Full particulars may be had upon request. 



Since 1916 the Museum has sponsored the pub¬ 
lication of many studies originating in its own 
collections and in special exhibitions. For the 
past several decades it has issued a distinguished 
series of publications under its own imprint. 
World-wide distribution is arranged through a 
cooperative publishing program with Indiana 
University Press* A complete list of all CMA 
publications is available on request from the 
Museum Sales Desk. 

Catalogs of the Collection 

The Museum has undertaken a publishing pro¬ 
gram which will eventually include definitive 
catalogs covering the entire Museum collection. 
Part One of the series on painting has been pub¬ 

European Paintings before 1500 by Wolfgang 
Stechow, Elizabeth de Fernandez-Gimenez, 

Ann Tzeutsehler Lurie, and Nancy Coe Wixom. 
xvi + 183 pages, 8 Afi x 11 inches, 206 illustra¬ 
tions (28 color), 1974* LC: 72-83626. ISBN: 

Part Two —European Paintings of the Six¬ 
teenth, Seventeenth, and Eighteenth Centuries 
is scheduled for publication in late 1979. Other 
catalogs in the CMA series currently in prepara¬ 
tion are: Egyptian Art in The Cleveland Museum 
of Art by John D* Cooney and Medieval Tex¬ 
tiles in Cleveland (Part One: The Near East) by 
Dorothy G* Shepherd. 

Other titles related to the Museum collection 

Selected Works: The Cleveland Museum of Art 
by the Museum staff* Includes full-page illus¬ 
trations of some of the most important objects 
in the Museum collection* x + 240 pages, 9-Yi 
x 1inches, 239 illustrations (32 color), 

1967* LC: 66-21226. ISBN: 0-910386-12-9. 

Introduction to The Cleveland Museum of Art 
by the Museum staff. Full-page color illustra¬ 
tions of key objects in the Museum collection 
are accompanied by text written by the depart¬ 
mental curator. 104 pages, 7x7 inches, 48 
color illustrations, 1975. ISBN; 3-7821-2113-9. 

The First Fifty Years: The Cleveland Museum 
of Art, 1916-1966 by Carl Wittke. An accom¬ 
plished social historian’s account of the 
Museum’s history, xiv + 162 pages, 6x9 
inches, illustrated, 1966. LC: 66-21227. ISBN; 

Rodin Sculpture in The Cleveland Museum of 
Art by Athena Tacha Spear, x + 102 pages, 

7-14 x 9 inches, 114 illustrations, 1967* ISBN: 
0-910386-11-0. Supplement (1974), vi + 34 
pages, 7-14 x 9 inches, 27 illustrations. LC: 67- 
28952. ISBN: 0-910386-20-x. 

African Tribal Images: The Katherine White 
Res wick Collection by William Fagg. xxii + 

238 pages, 8- J4 x 9-14 inches, 380 illustrations 
and map, 1968. ISBN: 0-9103864 5-3* 


Faberge and His Contemporaries: The India 
Early Minshall Collection of The Cleveland 
Museum of Art by Henry Hawley. A stunning 
collection of the objets de vertu created by the 
Russian court jeweler Carl Faberge and his firm, 
vi + 139 pages, 1- X A x 9 inches, 63 illustrations 
(8 color), 1967. ISBN: 0-910386-10-2. 

Renaissance Bronzes from Ohio Collections by 
William D. Wixom. Includes over 230 bronzes 
from the collections of the Cleveland Museum, 
the Toledo Museum of Art, the Allen Memorial 
Art Museum at Oberlin College, and a number 
of private collectors, x + 184 pages, 8-% x 9- x A 
inches, 276 illustrations (6 color), 1975. LC: 
75-30966. ISBN: 0-910386-24-2. 

Traditions and Revisions: Themes from the 
History of Sculpture by Gabriel P. Weisberg with 
with an introduction by H. W. Janson. A fresh 
approach to sculpture illustrated with over 100 
works from the Museum collection, x + 144 
pages, 8-% x 10 - X A inches, 119 illustrations (2 
color), 1975. LC: 75-26705. ISBN: 0-910386- 

The Bulletin of The Cleveland Museum of Art 
is a scholarly periodical published ten times a 
year. Its range of subjects is as wide as the 
Museum’s interests-which means that an issue 
can contain a discussion of a school of Chinese 
ceramics, a medieval crucifix, or an abstract 
sculpture, or all three. Published monthly 
except July and August. 1- X A x 9 inches, 
illustrated, about 300 pages a year. Subscrip¬ 
tions: $10.00 per year ( $8.00 for Museum 
members); $1.00 per copy. 

THEMES IN ART is a series of low-priced 
books about art, art history, and artistic expres¬ 
sion written by staff members of the Depart¬ 
ment of Art History and Education. Designed 
with an easy-to-read format, each book is amply 
illustrated-not only with works from the 
Cleveland Museum but also from other sources. 
Three or four books are planned each year. 
Titles already published include: 

Materials and Techniques of 
20th-Century Artists 
In the Nature of Materials: 

Japanese Decorative Arts 
Between Past and Present: French , English , 
and American Etching 1850-1950 
A Study in Regional Taste: 

The May Show 1919-1975 
The Public Monument and Its Audience 
The Artist and the Studio in the Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth Centuries 
American Folk Art from the Traditional 
to the Naive 


Gtiaettf Jim Eastern Gtf 


Gudea, Ensi of Lagash. Dolerite. 
Mesopotamia, Neo-Sumerian 
Period, 22nd century BC. 

H. 122.2 cm. 63.154 

Hit tit e Priest-King Figure. 

Basalt, North Syria, ca. 1600 BC. 
H. 87.6 cm. 71.45 

Silver Cup with Hunting Scene. Repousse and engraved. Recumbent Bull. Fine-grained black stone, basalt (?) 

Northwestern Iran (Amlash?), end of 2nd millennium BC. Mesopotamia, Sumerian, ca. 2700 BC. L. 13.6 cm. 70.61 

D. 16.6 cm. 65.25 


Winged Genie. Relief from the 
palace of Ashur-Nasirapal II at 
Nimrud. Gypseous alabaster. 
Mesopotamia, Assyrian Period, 
885-860 BC. H. 248.9 cm. 43/246 

Votive Pin (detail). Silver, 
repousse and engraved. Iran, 
Luristan, ca, 1000 BC D. 16 cm. 

Plaque: Man and Griffin. Ivory. 
Syria, Phoenician, 9th-8th century 
BCR 6.5 cm. 68.45 

The Bear Lady. Terra cotta. 
Northwestern Iran, Marlik, ca. 
1000 BC. H. 21.4 cm. 67.35 

Crouching Woman. Ivory. Syria, 
Phoenician, 9th-8th century 
BC. H. 3.5 cm. 64.426 


Gold Beaker. Repousse and engraved. 
Northwestern Iran, Marlik (?), end 
of 2nd millennium BC. H. 14 cm. 

Cheek Plaque of Horse Bit. Bronze, 
cast and engraved. Iran, Luristan, 
ca. 1200-1000 BC. H. 14.9 cm. 

Finial in Form of Ibex Pro tome. 

Cast bronze. Iran, Luristan, late 
7th century BC. H. 22.3 cm. 65.554 

Beaker. Silver, repousse and 
engraved. Iran, Luristan, 8th-7th 
century BC. H. 10.2 cm. 63.95 


Ibex Head FiniaL Cast bronze. Iran, 
Achaemenid Period, 6th-5th century 
BC, H. 17.2 cm. 6LI99 

Bull’s Head. Cast bronze. Iran, 
Urartu, 8th-7th century BC. 

H. 15.9 cm. 42*204 

Rhyton in Form of Ram’s Head 1 Silver, repousse and engraved. Iran, Kaplantu, 
Median Period, 7th century BC. L* 30.5 cm* 63.479 


Incense Burner. Cast bronze. Iran, Parthian Period. 
1st century. H. 11.5 cm. 61.32 

Rhyton: The Angel Drvaspa. Silver, 
repousse, chased, and partially 
gilt. Soghdia, Hephtalite Period, 
5th-6th century. H. 19 cm. 64.96 

Relief Plaque with Royal Hunting 
Scene: Ardashir II (?) Hunting Lions. 
Alabaster. Iran, Sasanian Period, 
late 4th century. D. 49 cm. 63.258 

Ibex Relief. Carved stucco. Iran, 
Sasanian Period, 6th century. 

H. 30.8 cm. 41.24 


Plate: The Goddess Anahita. Silver, 
applied cast relief, chased, 
engraved, and partially gilt. Iran, 
Sasanian Period, early 4th century. 
D. 21.6 cm. 62.295 

Plate with Royal Hunting Scene: 

King Hormizd Hunting Lions. Silver, 
applied cast relief, chased, 
engraved, and partially gilt. Iran, 
Sasanian Period, reign of Hormizd 
II (AD 302-309). D. 20.6 cm. 62.150 

Wine Vessel: Figures of the Goddess 
Anahita. Silver, cast, engraved, 
and partially gilt. Iran, Sasanian 
Period, early 4th century. 

H. 18.5 cm. 62.294 

Rhyton in Form of a Horse. Silver, repousse', engraved, and gold overlay. 
Iran, Sasanian Period, 4th century. H. 21 cm. 64.41 


Textile. Compound twill weave, silk. Iran, Sasanian 
Period, 6th-7th century. W. 11.4 cm. 51.88 

Textile. Tapestry weave, wool and linen. Iran, 
Sasanian Period, late 6th-early 7th century. 

W. 24.8 cm. 50.509 



Ny-kau-re, Overseer of the Granary . 
Red granite. Sakkara, 2nd half of 
Dynasty V, ca. 2400-2345 BC. 

H. 54 cm. 64.90 

Panel from False Door of Ny-kau-re. 
Limestone. Sakkaia* 2nd half of 
Dynasty V, ca. 2400-2345 BC 
H. 116.9 cm. 64.91 

Statue of Heqat. Alabaster. 

Dynasty I, ca. 3100 BC. H. 15.6 cm. 

Relief from the Tomb of Ankh-ni-nesut. Limestone. Sakkara, Dynasty VI, 
ca. 2200 BC. W. 174 cm. 30.736 


Amenemhet III. Black granite. 
Karnak, late Dynasty XII, ca. 
1800 BC. H. 50.5 cm. 60.56 

Family Tomb Stela of Four Persons. 
Limestone. First Intermediate 
Period, ca. 2150 BC. W. 75 cm. 

Four Nome Gods Bearing Offerings below Fragmentary Scene of Amenhotep III before the God Amun. Painted limestone 
relief. Thebes, funerary temple of Amenhotep III, Dynasty XVIII, ca. 1390 BC. Entire width 131.5 cm. 61.205, 76.51 



Head of Queen Hatshepsut. Green 
schist. Thebes, Dynasty XVIII, ca. 
1490 BC. H. 16.2 cm. 17.976 

Seated Cat. Black hematite. Late 
Dynasty XVIII(?), ca. 1355 BC. 
H. 4.4 cm. 73.29 

Coronation Portrait of Amenhotep 
III. Gray granite. Thebes, Dynasty 
XVIII, early reign of Amenhotep 
III, ca. 1417 BC. H. 39.4 cm. 

Head of Amenhotep III. Brown 
quartzite. Dynasty XVIII, late 
reign of Amenhotep III, ca. 1380 
BC. H. 16 cm. 61.417 

King's Scribe Amenhotep and His Wife Renut. Limestone 
relief. Assiut, Deir el Durunka, Dynasty XIX, early 
reign of Ramesses II, ca. 1290 BC. W. 123 cm. 63.100 


Queen Nefertiti. Sandstone sunk 
relief* Karri ak, Dynasty XVIII, 
early reign of Amenhotep IV, 
1379-1374 BCW, 28 cm. 59.188 

Nefertiti Offering to the Aten. Sandstone sunk relief. Karnak* pillar 
courtyard!?). Dynasty XVIII, early reign of Amenhotep IV, 1379-1374 BC. 
W. 43,5 cm. 59*186 

Queen Nefertiti, Sandstone sunk 
relief, heavily painted* Karnak, 
Dynasty XVIII, early reign of 
Amenhotep IV, 1379-1374 BC 
W, 27 cm. 76.4 

Coffin of Bekertmut (detail). 

Painting on gesso over wood* 

Probably from Thebes, Dynasty XXII, 
ca* 900 BC H. of coffin 208. 3 cm* 


Birds Among Papyrus (relief from Tomb of Mentuemhat). 
Limestone. Thebes, early Dynasty XXVI, ca. 660 BC. 

W. 41.6 cm. 49.498 

Mentuemhat in Ecclesiastical Dress 
(relief from his tomb). Limestone. 
Thebes, early Dynasty XXVI, ca. 
660 BC. H. 103.6 cm. 51.280 

Offering Bearers (relief from Tomb of Mentuemhat). Limestone. Thebes, 
early Dynasty XXVI, ca. 660 BC. W. 58.4 cm. 51.284 

Horwedja Presenting a Statue to 
His God. Black schist. Dynasty 
XXVII, ca. 500 BC. H. 43.7 cm. 


Stela of Bjed-atum-iuf-ankh. Yellow crystalline 
quartzite, Heliopolis, Dynasty XXV, ca. 700 BC., 
imitating style of Old Kingdom, H, 28 cm, 20.1977 

Female Musicians (fragment of a lintel joining another 
fragment now in Berlin). Limestone relief. Lower 
Egyptian School, Dynasty XXX, ca, 350 BC, W. 33 cm, 

Mongoose ■* Bronze. Ca. 600 BC or later. L. 21 cm. 64.358 

Torso of the General A men-pe- Yom :, 
Gray granite. Temple at Mendes, 
early 3rd century BC. H. 95.3 cm. 


Funerary Portrait of a Young Girl. 
Encaustic painting and gilt on wood 
panel. Hawara, 2nd century AD. 

H. 40 cm. 71.137 

Funerary Portrait of a Woman. 
Encaustic painting on linen. 
Faiyum, ca. 1st century AD. 
H. 24.7 cm. 71.136 

Gcissicaf Cltf 


Kouros Torso. Island marble, 

Greece, ca* 560-540 BC* H* 62.6 cm. 

Mirror (detail). Bronze. Greece, ca. 470-460 BC. 
Overall H. 38.8 cm. 50.7 

Black-Figured Nikosthenes Amphora Red-Figured Eye Kylix by Psiax * Painted terra cotta, 

(signed by potter). Painted terra Greece, ca. 520 BC. D- 34.3 cm. 76-89 

cotta. Greece, Attic, ca. 540-530 
BC Ii. 31.1 cm. 74 J O 


Athlete as a Minor Support. Bronze. 
South Italy, Locri, provincial 
Greek, 460-450 BC H. 22.5 cm. 

Black-Figured Hydria by the 
Antimenes Painter. Painted terra 
cotta. Greek, Attic, ca. 525 BC. 
H. 43.2 cm. 75.1 

Statuette of a Rider. Bronze, 
Greece, ca. 440 BC, H, 13.4 cm. 

Atalama Lekythos by Dour is. 
White-ground terra cotta. Greece, 
500490 BC. H. 31.8 cm. 66,114 

Standing Athlete , Bronze. Greece, 
Attic, School of Polykleitos, ca. 
460 BC. H. 19.7 cm. 55.685 

The Cleveland Krater. Red-figured 
terra cotta, Greece, Attic, early 
5th century BC. H. 56,5 cm. 30.104 


Charging Bull. Bronze. Greece, Lucania, late 5th 
century BC. L. 18.5 cm. 30.336 

Head of the God Pan. Painted 
limestone. Greece, Attic, ca. 
490 BC. H. 35 cm. 26.538 

Grave Monument. Marble. Greece, 
Attic, ca. 400-350 BC. 

H. 128.3 cm. 24.1018 

Head of a Lion. Terra cotta. Italy, 
provincial Greek, 5 th century BC. 
H. 11.8 cm. 27.27 

Mirror Rest: Siren. Bronze inlaid 
with silver. Greece, Corinth, ca. 
475 BC. H. 11.5 cm. 67.204 


Torso of a Youth . Marble. Greece, 
ca. 150-100 BC, H. 103.2 cm. 65-23 

Dancing Lady . Mainland 
(Peloponnesus) marble, Greece, 
Alexandria^), eclectic work, 
ca, 50-25 BC. H, 85,5 cm. 65.24 

Head of a Barbarian. Marble. 

Greece, School of Pergamon, late 
3rd century BC. II. 10,5 cm, 29.440 

Mirror Case with Head of Athena, 
Bronze. Greece, ca. 385 BC. 

D. 11.3 cm. 72.66,a 

Perfume Container in Form of an 
Askos (skin). Agate, with gold 
mounts. East Greek, Amisos 
(Turkey ), ca. 2nd century BC or 
latcr(?). II. 6,5 cm. 64.92 

Skyphos. Silver, Greece, 3rd century 
BC. D. 15.3 cm. 77.166 


Standing Warrior. Bronze, Italy, 
Rimini(?), Etruscan, ca, 500-450 
BC. H, 28 cm. 67.32 

Cist a Handle: The Genii Sleep and Death Carrying off 
Fallen Memnon. Bronze. Italy, Etruscan, 2nd half 4 th 
century BC, W. 17,5 cm, 45,13 

Satyr Finial from a Kottabos Stand. 
Bronze. Italy, Etruscan, ca. 470 
BC, H, 15 cm. 74,16 

Incense Burner Supported by 
Yo uthful D ionysml B ro nze. Italy, 
Etruscan, 2nd century BC. 

FL 61 cm, 52,96 


Duck-Askos, Painted terra cotta, Italy, Etruscan, 4th 
century BC* L* 25 cm, 75.23 

Furniture Ornament: Head of a Mule . 
Bronze. Russia (Kertch), 

Hellenistic, ca. 1st century BC- 
1st century AD, H. 20.4 cm. 43.68 

Hair Ringlets. Gold. Sicily, Hellenistic, ca, 4 th 
century BC. W. 3.5 cm* and 3*2 cm. 68.102-* 103 

Standing Harpocrates. Bronze, 
inlaid with silver* Egypt, 
Alexandria, ca. 1st century BC* 
H* 27 cm. 72.6 


Negro Beggar. Bronze, with silver 
and copper inlays, Egypt, 
Alexandria, 2nd-1st century BC 
H, 18.6 cm. 63.507 

Head of a Man (C. Cornelius 
Callus?). Marble. Egypt, ca. 30 BC. 
H. 32.8 cm. 66.20 

Portrait Bust of a Man , Bronze, 
Roman, Late Republican, 40-30 BC. 
H. 38.1 cm. 28.860 

Vicaretlo Goblet. Silver. Italy, 
Vicarello, Roman, late 1st century 
BC-earlv 1st century AD. H. 11.2 
cm. 66.371 

Oil Ampulla in the Form of a 
Dancing Bear Bronze. Italy (?), 
Roman, 3rd century AD. H* 14,6 cm, 


Portrait Head of a Man. Marble. 
Roman, ca. AD 100. H. 27 cm. 

The Co-Emperor Lucius Verus. 
Crystalline island marble. 

Provincial Roman, from Alexandria, 
ca. AD 170-180. H. 38.1 cm. 52.260 

Apollo and Nike. Marble relief. Roman, Neo-Attic School, 
late 1st century BC-early 1st century AD. W. 46.4 cm. 

Torso of Apollo. Marble. Roman, 
early 2nd century AD(?). 

H. 87.7 cm. 24.1017 


Head of the Emperor Balbinus. Tomb Relief Crystalline limestone. Syria, Palmyra, ca. AD 230. 

Marble. Roman, ca. AD 238. W. 73.7 cm. 64.359 

H. 18.5 cm. 25.945 

The Alexander Plate. Gold-glass. Procession of Nobles. Limestone relief. Syria, Palmyra, AD 100-150. 

Italy, Roman, AD 235. D. 25.7 cm. L. 120.7 cm. 70.15 



Spoon. Silver with partial gilding Bowl Silver. Byzantium, Syria (?), 4th century, 

and niello inscription. Byzantium, D. 27.8 cm. 54.259 

mid-4th century. L. 12.5 cm. 


The Good Shepherd and Jonah Under the Gourd Vine: Two of a Group of Sculptures. Marble. Eastern Mediterranean, 
end of the 3rd quarter of the 3rd century. H. 50.2 and 32.1 cm. 65.241,65.239 


Lamp and Stand. Silver. Byzantium, Lunette. Limestone. Egypt, Coptic Period, 5th century. W. 61 cm. 55.63 

Syria (?), late 4th century. 

H. 48.9 cm. 54.597 

Ijimp for Suspension with Griffin 
Head and Christian Monograms. Bronze. 
Byzantium, 4th-5th century. 

H. 14.5 cm. 74.77 

Bowl. Silver with niello. 
Byzantium, Syria (?), second half 
4th century. D. 18.5 cm. 56.30 

Bust of an Empress. Byzantium, 
Theodosian Period, late 4th century. 
H. 10.2 cm. 67.28 


Maenad and Satyr. Tapestry weave, 
wool and linen. Egypt, Late Roman 
or Early Byzantine Period, 2nd-4th 
century. H. 138 cm. 75.6 

Dancing Pan. Limestone. Egypt, 
Coptic Period, 4th-5th century. 
H. 34 cm. 55.68 

The Nereid. Tapestry weave, wool 
and linen. Egypt, Byzantine 
Period, late 4th-early 5th century. 
H. 66.5 cm. 53.18 

Textile. Tapestry weave, wool and 
linen. Egypt, Byzantine Period, 
5th century. H. 20.5 cm. 


Icon of the Virgin. Tapestry, wool. 
Egypt, Byzantine Period, 6th 
century. H. 179.5 cm. 67.144 


The Piping Maenad. Fragment of a 
hanging. Loop knot pile, wool and 
linen. Egypt, Byzantine Period, 

6th century. H. 83.5 cm. 68.74 

Textile. Tapestry weave, wool and 
linen. Egypt, Antinoe, Byzantine 
Period, 6th century. H. 76 cm. 

Textile. Tapestry weave, wool. 
Egypt, Antinoe, Byzantine Period, 
6th century. H. 43 cm. 48.27 

Textile: Tapestry weave, wool. Egypt, Antinoe, 
Byzantine Period, 6th century. Over-all: W. 158 cm. 
Detail: H. 26.7 cm. 61.201 


Vase , Silver with gilding. 
Byzantium, $yria(?), late 4th- 
6th century, H. 39,7 cm. 57,497 

Chalice Dedicated to Sl Sergius. 
Silver* Byzantium, Syria, 6th-7th 
century. H, 17.4 cm. 50.378 

Pyx. Ivory, Byzantium, 6th century. Sarcophagus Relief. From S. Carlino, Ravenna. Marble. Byzantium, 

H* 8.4 cm. 51.114 Ravenna, early 6th century. H, 99.7 cm. 48.25 


Portrait Intaglio. Garnet, gold 
filigree. Byzantium, 6th century. 
H. 3.3 cm. 47.33 

Paten Dedicated to St. Sergius. 
Silver. Possibly from Benmisonas, 
Syria. Byzantium, 6th century. 

D. 32.2 cm. 50.381 

Chain with Pendant and Two Crosses. 
Gold with enamel and glass. 
Byzantium, probably Syria, early 
6th century. L. of chain 31.5 cm. 

Textile: Scenes from the Old and 
New Testaments. Resist-dyed linen. 
Egypt, Byzantine Period, 6th 
century. Over-all: H. 104 cm. 
Detail: H. 61 cm. 51.400 

Necklace with Pendants. Gold, two 
garnets. Byzantium, 6th century. 

L. of chain 55.9 cm. 54.3 


Necklace with Pendants. Gold with garnet. 

Byzantium, 6th century, L. of chain 45.7 cm, 46.260 

Rouge Pol Glass, sapphire, gold 
filigree. Byzantium, 6th century. 
H. 3.7 cm. 46.427 

Monogram of Christ (Chris mon). 
Gold with garnets. Byzantium, 
Syria, 6fh-7th century. H. 15 cm 

Textile: The Falconer. Tapestry 
weave, wool Egypt, Umayyad Period, 
second half 7th century. H. 7.5 cm. 


Textile. Tapestry weave, wool and linen. Egypt, Late Byzantine-Early 
Umayyad Period, 7th century. Over-all: W. 22.8 cm. Detail: H. 8.3 cm. 

Embroidery: St. George. Silk on 
linen. Egypt, Tulunid Period, 9th 
century. H. 10 cm. 48.115 

Textile. Compound twill weave, 
silk. Egypt, Umayyad Period, early 
8th century. W. 22.8 cm. 47.192 


Medallion: Bust of Christ. Steatite. 
Byzantium, late 9th-10th century. 
D. 4.1 cm. 47.37 

Page from a Gospel Book: St. 
Matthew. Tempera and gold leaf on 
vellum. Byzantium, Constantinople, 
1057-1063. H. 28.6 cm. 42.1512 

St. George of Cappadocia. Quartz 
(variety bloodstone). Byzantium, 
10th century. H. 3 cm. 59.41 

Single Leaf from the Epistles in a 
Manuscript (Pantokrator Ms. 49): St. 
Peter. Tempera and gold leaf on 
vellum. Byzantium, Constantinople, 
11th century. H. 29.4 cm. 50.154 

Pendant. From the treasury of Aachen. 

1) Relief: Madonna and Child. 

Steatite. Byzantium, 10th century. 

2) Frame. Gilt silver and pearls. 
Germany, Aachen, mid-14th century. 
H. 6.9 cm. 51.445 

Greek Gospels with Commentaries. 
Parchment, tempera, and gold leaf. 
Byzantium, 11th century. 

H. 29.4 cm. 42.152 


Casket with Adam and Eve. Ivory plaques over wood. Byzantium, 1 lth-I2th 
century. L. 46.7 cm. 24.747 

Pyx with Christ, the Twelve 
Apostles and the Virgin Ora ns. 

Ivory. Byzantium, ‘‘Triptych Group,” 
late lOth-early 11th century. 

H. 9.5 cm. 73.4 

Madonna and Child Enthroned with 
Angels. Ivory. Byzantium, 11th 
century. H. 25.4 cm. 25.1293 

Pendant Icon. Repousse' silver gilt, 
cloisonne' enamel. Byzantium, 
probably Constantinople, 11th 
century. H. 5.1 cm. 72.94 


Textile: Basilisk Motive. Compound 
twill weave, silk. Byzantium, 
ca. 12th century. H. 34.5 cm. 


Scenes from a Passion Cycle of Christ. Steatite relief. 
Byzantium, 11 th-12th century. H. 11.8 cm. 62.27 

Deep Plate with Hawk and Foliage. 
Sgraffito earthenware. Byzantium, 
mid-12th century. D. 22.2 cm. 



“Folk Wandering’ 1 Period 48 
Carolingian and Ottoman 49 
Romanesque 50 
Early Gothic 58 
International Gothic Style (1370-1450) 66 

Late Gothic 75 
Early Italian Renaissance 89 
Italian High Renaissance 106 
Northern Renaissance 117 
Baroque and 18th-Century Italy 135 
Spanish Painting 149 
17th and 18th Centuries in the North 153 
17th- and 18th-Century France 171 
18th-Century England 192 
Colonial and Early American 196 
Neo-Classic and Romantic 202 
Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century France 210 
Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century United States 228 

Modern 240 
Photography 258 


Medallion with the Bust of Christ. 
From the Guelph Treasure. Cloisonne 
enamel on copper. Frankish, second 
half 8th century. D. 4.9 cm. 30.504 

Fibula. Silver gilt with garnets. 
Ostrogothic, early 6th century. 
L. 13.3 cm. 75.108 

Crossbow Fibula. Bronze. Gallo- 
Roman, late 4th-5th century. 

L. 10.2 cm. 30.227 

Group of Ornaments. Bronze and 
enamel. Gallo-Roman, 2nd-3rd 
century. H. from 3.8 to 6.1 cm. 

Well Head. Limestone. Italy, 
Venice (?), Langobardic, 8th-9th 
century. H. 66.7 cm. 16.1982 


Title Page of Abbot Be mo *s 
"Tonarim *" Tempera, ink, and gold on 
parchment. Germany, Reichenau, ca. 
1020-1030. H. 21.4 cm. 52.88 

Christ’s Mission to the Apostles, 
ivory. Germany, Ottoman, ca. 970. 
H, 18.3 cm, 67,65 

Double Leaf from a Roman Gradual. 
Gold uncials and silver rustic 
capitals on purple parchment. German, 
Lot ha ring] a, Trier (?), last quarter 
10th century. H. 28.6 cm. 33.446 


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Leaf from a Gradual and Sacramentary 
(Trier Codex 151). Tempera, ink, and 
gold on parchment. Austria, Salzburg, 
early 11th century. H. 22.1 cm. 



Reliquary in the Form of a Book. 

From the Guelph Treasure, Ivory. 

Valley of the Meuse, Liege, ca. 1000. 

Frame: Germany, Lower Saxony, 

Brunswick, 2nd half 14th century. 

H. 31,8 cm. 30.741 


Gertrudis Portable Altar; First and Second Gertrud is Crosses. From the 
Guelph Treasure. Gold, cloisonne enamel, semi-precious stones, and 
porphyry. Germany, Lower Saxony, Brunswick, ca. 1040. Altar: L. 26.7 cm.; 
Grosses: H. 24.2 cm. 31.462, 31.55, 31.461 

Chasse. Champ leve enamel on copper 
over oak core. France, Limousin, 
Limoges, late 12th or early 13th 
century. H, 17,5 cm. 54.599 

Reliquary Casket. Boxwood. England, 
Anglo-Saxon, ca. 960-980. H. 8.9 cm. 

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Capitals. From Prcuilly-sur-Claise. 
Limestone with traces of polyehromy. 
France, Southern Touraine, mid-12th 
century. H. 68 cm. 30,18 

Capital with Fantastic birds and 
Basilisk. Limestone. France, 
Bordelais (Dordogne), 12th century. 
H. 53.3 cm. 68.34 

Cross . Champleve enamel and gilding 
on copper. Master of the Grandmont 
Altar, French, Limousin, ca. 1189. 

H. 67 cm. 23.1051 

Engaged Capital: Daniel in the Lion's 
Den. Limestone. France, Basin of 
the Loire, mid-12th century. 

H. 73.7 cm. 62.247 

Plaque from a Chdsse Showing the Crucifixion and the 
Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Bechet. Gilt copper, champleve 
enamel. Ca. 1220-1225. Attr. to Master G. Alpais and 
his workshop, French, Limousin, Limoges. W. 28.4 cm. 


Fragment of a Capital Stone. South 
Italy, Atelier of the Cathedral of 
Monopoli, early 12th century. 

H. 36.8 cm. 55.556 

Single Page from a Decretum by 
Gratianus. Tempera on parchment. 
France, Burgundy, Pontigny, ca. 
1160-1165. H. 43.8 cm. 54.598 

Bible Miniature Showing St. Luke. 
Tempera, ink, and gold on parchment. 
France, Burgundy, Abbey of Cluny, 
ca. 1100. H. 17.1 cm. 68.190 

Plaques from a Portable Altar. 

Walrus ivory. Germany, Lower Rhine 
Valley, 2nd half 11th century. H. of 
each 5.1 cm. 22.307-22.309 


Engaged Capital: Carytidal Figure 
(Daniel) Flanked by Lions. Limestone. 
France, possibly Poitou, 2nd quarter 
12th century. H. 34.3 cm. 63.477 

Historiated Initial A from an 
Antiphonary Tree of Jesse. Tempera, 
ink, gold, and silver on parchment. 
Valley of the Meuse, ca. Ill 5-1125. 
H. 18.7 cm. 49.202 

Reliquary. Champleve enamel and 
gilding on copper. Valley of the 
Meuse, ca. 1160, Circle of 
Godefroid de Claire. H. 19.7 cm. 

Corpus of Christ. Cast bronze with 
traces of gilding. Valley of the 
Meuse, 3rd quarter 12th century. 
H. 9.9 cm. 69.50 

Mourning Mary (probably from Altar 
Cross). Gilt bronze. Valley of the 
Meuse, early 13th century. 

H. 10.2 cm. 70.351 


1) Paten of St. Bernward. From the 
Guelph Treasure. Gilt silver and 
niello. Ca. 1175. Master of the Oswald 
Reliquary, German, Hildesheim. 

2) Monstrance. Gilt silver and rock 
crystal. Germany, Brunswick (?), end 
of 14th century. H. 34.3 cm. 30.505 

Hosea. Champleve' enamel, niello 
and gilding on copper. Germany, 
Lower Saxony, ca. 1180. H. 8.9 cm. 

Reliquary in the Form of a Portable Altar. Champleve' 
and cloisonne' enamel on copper, over wood core. 

Germany, Lower Saxony, Hildesheim, ca. 1175. W. 21.3 cm. 49.431 


Columnar Figure of an Apostle. 

From Notre-Dame-en-Vaux, Chalons- 
sur-Marne. Limestone. France, 
Champagne, ca. 1180. H. 97.8 cm. 

Capital. Limestone. France, 
Languedoc, 12th century. H. 34.9 cm 

Reliquary. Champlev^ enamel on copper over wood core. 
Denmark or North Germany, 12th century. H. 9.2 cm. 


Arm Reliquary. From the Guelph 
Treasure, Gilt silver over oak core, 
champleve enamel* Germany, Lower 
Saxony, Hildesheim, ca. 1175, by a 
Follower of Eilbertus* H. 50*8 cm* 

Leaf from a Gospel Book (now Trier 
Ms. 142): Nativity (recto). Tempera, 
silver, and gold on parchment. Go- 
worker of Hermann von Helmarshausen, 
German, Lower Saxony, 1170-1190. 

H. 34.4 cm* 33*445 

Mourning Mary from a Crucifixion 
Group. Painted wood. Austria, 
Southern Salzburg, Lungau, mid-13th 
century* H* 43*8 cm* 57.500 

Mourning St. John from a Crucifixion 
Group. Painted wood. Austria, 
Southern Salzburg, Lungau, midTSth 
century. H. 43*8 cm. 58.189 

Griffin (one of a pair). Marble. 
North Italy, ca. 1220. H. 78.1 cm* 


Engaged Capital: Lion and Basilisk. 
Marble. Northern Italy, late 12th 
century. H. 30.2 cm. 72.20 

(, The Horn of St. Blasius. ” From the 
Guelph Treasure. Ivory. Sicily, 

12th century. L. 48.9 cm. 30.740 

Title Page of (, Moralia of Gregorius ” 
(now Engelberg Codex 20). Tempera 
and ink on parchment. Attr. to 
Abbot Frowin, Switzerland, 1143- 
1178. H. 27 cm. 55.74 

The Virgin from a Crucifixion Group. 
Painted and gilded wood. Spain, 
Castile, ca. 1275. H. 151.1 cm. 

Lion Aquamanile. Brass. Northern 
Germany, Lower Saxony, probably 
Hildesheim, mid-13th century. 

H. 26.2 cm. 72.167 

St. John from a Crucifixion Group. 
Painted and gilded wood. Spain, 
Castile, ca. 1275. H. 154.9 cm. 


Pair of Angels. Walnut with traces of paint and gilding. Northeast 
France, probably Rheims, ca. 1235-1245. H. 73.7 and 78.7 cm. 
66.360, 67.27 

Enthroned Virgin and Child. Ivory. 
Valley of the Meuse, mid-13th 
century. H. 13.3 cm. 28.760 

Quadrilobed Plaque. Gold with 
cloisonne and translucent enamel. 
Ca. 1300. Close to Guillaume 
Julien, French, Paris. H. 4.8 cm. 


Diptych: Scenes from the Flagellation, Crucifixion, 
Resurrection and Noli Me Tangere. Ivory. France, 
Ile-de-France, 14th century. H. 16.8 cm. 75.110 

Central Plaque from a Triptych: 
Virgin and Child with Two Angels. 
Ivory. France, Paris, end of 1st 
third 14th century. H. 22.9 cm. 

Madonna and Child. Limestone with 
traces of paint and gilding. France, 
Lorraine, ca. 1310-1320. H. 75.8 cm. 

Head of an Apostle. Limestone with 
traces of paint. France, Languedoc, 
Toulouse, 2nd quarter 14th century 
H. 35.6 cm. 60.170 

Angel of the Annunciation. Marble 
with paint and gold leaf. France, 
mid-14th century. H. 56.5 cm. 





Aquamanile: Saddled Horse. Bronze. 
Northern Germany, ca. 1300. 

H. 23.2 cm. 69.26 

Processional Cross. Copper gilt and 
champleve enamel over wood core. 
Germany, Upper Rhine, Lake Constance, 
ca. 1280. H. 50.2 cm. 42.1091 

Christ and St. John the Evangelist. 
Painted wood. Germany, Swabia, near 
Bodensee (Lake Constance), early 
14th century. H. 92.7 cm. 28.753 


Lenten Cloth * Linen embroidery (white on white)* Germany, Altenberg a + d, Lahn, 
second half 13th century* W* 393*7 cm. 48.352 

Leaf from a Gradual with Historic ted Initial / with 
Scenes from the Life of St. Augustine. Tempera and 
burnished goid leaf on parchment* The Second Master of 
the Wettinger Gradual, German, Lower Rhine, Cologne (?), 
early 14th century. H. 57.8 cm* 49.203 

Diptych: Consecretion of St. Martin of Tours (left); 

St. Martin Dividing His Cloak with a Beggar (right). 
Ivory. Germany, Rhenish, second quarter 14th century 
H. 9 cm. 71.103 


Triptych: The Madonna and Child with Saints. Panel. 
Berlingliiero (Berlinghiero di Milanese the Elder), 
Italian, Lucca, active ca. 1200-1240. W, 51.5 cm. 

Initial C from Choir Book: A Pope 
and Assistants Celebrating Mass. 
Tempera on parchment. Italy, 
Bologna (?), ca. 1300. H. 22.9 cm. 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk and 
gold. Italy, Lucca (?), 1st half 14th 
century. Over all: H. 81.2 cm. 
Detail: H. 48.2 cm. 26.507 

Frontispiece Miniature of the 
Manegola of the Scuola di San 
Giovanni Evangelista. Tempera and 
gold leaf on parchment. Italy, 
Venice, 1st third I4th century. 

H. 273 cm. 59.128 

Albarello. Majolica. Spain, 
Valencia, Paterna, 14th century. 

H. 21.6 cm. 45.28 

Polyptych: Madonna and Child with St. Francis, St. John the Baptist, St. 
James the Great, and Mary Magdalen. Panel. Ugolino di Nerio da Siena, 
Italian, Siena, active ca. 1305/10-1339/49. W. 192.5 cm. 61.40 

Madonna and Child. Panel. School 
of Lippo Memmi, Italian, Siena, 
ca. 1317-1356. H. 71.3 cm. 52.110 

Two Female Saints. Tempera and gold 
leaf on parchment. Niccolo di ser 
Sozzo Tegliacci, Italian, Siena, 
active 1334-1336. H. 8.3 cm. 


Madonna and Child with St. Catherine 
and St. John the Baptist. Marble. 
Giovanni di Agostino, Italian, Siena, 
ca. 1310-1370. H. 69.8 cm. 42.1162 


Madonna and Child. Marble. Ca. 1330s. 
Attr. to Andrea Pisano, Italian, 
Pisan-Florentine. H. 37.6 cm. 


Historiated Initial A from an 
Antiphonary. Tempera, ink, and gold 
leaf on parchment. Signed and dated 
1308. Neri da Rimini, Italian. 

H. 34.6 cm. 53.365 

Madonna and Child Enthroned. Panel. 
Attr. to Master of the San Lucchese 
Altarpiece, Italian, Florence, 
mid-14th century. H. 113.7 cm. 

Leaf from an Antiphonary with The 
Coronation of the Virgin. Tempera, 
ink, and gold leaf on parchment. 
Late 14th century. Attr. to Master 
of the Beffi Triptych (Abruzzi), 
Italian, Tuscany, H. 55.3 cm. 53.24 

Pair of Angels. Marble. Ca. 1350. Attr. to Giovanni and Pacio da 
Firenze, Italian. H. 99.7 and 99.1 cm. 25.1343, 25.1344 


Miniature from an Antiphonary: 
Historiated Initial G with Christ 
and Virgin in Glory. Tempera and gold 
leaf on parchment. Ca. 1390-1400. 
Silvestro dei Gherarducci, Italian, 
Florence. H. 34.9 cm. 30.105 

Partial Leaf from an Antiphonary 
with Historiated Initial L with St. 

Lucy. Tempera, ink, and gold leaf on 
parchment. Master of the Domincan 
Effigies, Italian, ca. 1335-ca. 1345. 

H. 44.3 cm. 52.281 

Crucifixion (double-faced processional 
cross). Panel. Anonymous Italian 
Master, Venice, 14th century. 

H. 61.3 cm. 43.280 

The Resurrection. Embroidery, silk 
on linen. Italy, Florence (Geri 
Lapi?), 14th century. W. 42 cm. 

Navicella. Pen and brown ink. Parri Spinelli, Italian, 
ca. 1397-1453. W. 37.1 cm. 61.38 

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Single Miniature from a Missal 
The Crucifixion. Signed : Nicolaus F. 
Tempera and gold leaf on parchment. 
Niccolo da Bologna, Italian, active 
ca, 1369-1402. H. 26 cm. 24.1013 

Single Miniature Under Initial M: 

The Annunciation. Tempera and gold 
leaf on parchment. North Italian, 
ca. 1430-1440. H. 19.7 cm. 24.431 

Crucifixion with the Two Thieves. 
Pen and brown ink and black chalk. 
Altichiero Altichieri, Italian, 
ca. 1330-1395. H. 24.4 cm. 56.43 

Madonna and Quid. Pen and brown 
ink on rose-tinted paper. Italy, 
1440-1450* H. 10*7 cm. 56.42 

St- Francis before the Crucifix. 

Panel. Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni), 
Italian, Siena, 1392 (?)-1450. 

H. 81 cm. 62.36 

The Annunciation * Lam pas weave, 
silk, linen, and gold. Italy, 2nd 
half 14th century. Over-all: 

W. 46.3 cm. Detail: H. 22.9 cm. 


Adoration of the Magi. Panel. Giovanni di Paolo, Half of a Chasuble , Cut velvet, 

Italian, Siena, ca. 1399-1482, W- 46.2 cm. 42-536 silk. Italy, early 15th century. 

H. 108,5 cm. 43.66 

Sr. Catherine of Siena Invested with the 
Dominican Habit. Panel. Giovanni di Paolo, 
Italian, Siena, ca, 1399-1482, H. 28-9 cm, 66,2 

St. Catherine of Siena and the Beggar , Panel, Giovanni 
di Paolo, Italian, Siena, ca. 1399-1482. W. 28.9 cm. 


Single Miniature of a Prophet from a 
Choral Book . Tempera and gold leaf on 
parchment, Ca. 1420- Matteo Torelli, 
Italian, Florence. II. 16.7 cm. 


Madonna and Child Enthroned. Panel. 
Master of 1419, Italian, Tuscany, 
active early 1 5th century. 

H. 196.2 cm. 54,834 

Honrs of Charles the Noble: Page 165 
Miniature and Inhabited Acanthus 
Border by Master of Brussels Initials, 
Italian. Parchment, tempera, and 
gold. France, Paris, ca. 1405. 

H. 19.4 cm. 64.40 

The Madonna of Humility with the 
Temptation of Eve. Panel, Carlo da 
Camerino, Italian, The Marches, 
active ca. 1380-1420. H. 191,2 cm, 

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Girdle (detail). Silver gilt and 
translucent enamel. Italy, Siena, 
late 14th century. L, approx. 
236,8 cm. 30.742 

The Coronation of the Virgin. 
Embroidery, silk, gold, and silver on 
linen. Italy, Florence, style of the 
School of Lorenzo Monaco, 1st half 
15th century. D. 57.7 cm. 53.129 


Single Leaf fmm Gradual with 
Histonoted Initial with Miniature 
of Virgin as Queen of Heaven , 
Tempera and gold leaf on parchment. 
Italy, probably Milan, 2nd quarter 
15th century, H. 56.2 cm. 28.652 

Fragment of a Chasuble with Orphrey. Textile. Velvet weave, silk. 

Lampas weave, silk and gold. Italy, Italy, Venice (?), 1st half 15th 

14th century. Orphrey: Compound century. H. 38.5 cm. 18.310 

twill, silk, linen, and gold. Germany, 

Cologne, late 14th century. Over-all: 

H. 106,8 cm. Detail: H, 44,5 cm, 28,653 

Cofanetto. Painted and gilded wood, Italy, Siena. 
14th century, H. 24,2 cm, 54.600 

Single Leaf from a Treatise on Vices . 
Aecidia and Her Court. Brown ink, 
tempera, gold leaf on parchment. 
Italy, Genoa or Naples (?), late 
14th century. H. 19 cm. 53.152 


Figured Medallion. From a group of 
twelve medallions* Gold, enamel, 
and pearls* France, ca. 1400* 

D. 4,4 cm* 47.507 

Missal, For Paris Use (The Gotha Missal): fols. 63v-64r , The Crucifixion 
and Christ in Majesty. Parchment; Latin written in two columns in red, 
blue, and brown, illuminated with tempera and gold leaf, Ca. 1360-1365 
lean Bondol, and his Atelier, French, Paris. H. 27.2 cm. 62.287 

Two Kneeling Carthusian Monks. Marble. France, Paris, end of 14th 
century* H. 25*7 and 24.1 cm. 66.112, 66.113 

Mouton d Or, Jean le Bon. Gold, 
France, 1350-1364. D. 3 cm, 


The Calvary with a Carthusian Monk. 
Panel. Jean de Beaumetz. French, 
Burgundy, active 1361 /died 1396; and 
Assistants. H. 56.5 cm. 64.454 

Orphrey: Tree of Jesse. Embroidery 
(opus Anglicanum), silk, gold and 
silver threads on linen. England, 
mid-l4th century. Over-all: H. 

99 cm. Detail: H. 38 cm. 49.503 

Hours of Charles the Noble: Page 395. 
Miniature by Egerton Master, 
Netherlandish. Border by Master of 
Brussels Initials, Italian. Parch¬ 
ment, tempera, and gold. France, 
Paris, ca. 1405. H. 19.4 cm. 64.360 

Kneeling Figure. From the Reliquary 
of Saint Germain. Gilt bronze. 

France, Paris, ca. 1408. H. 14 cm. 

Table Fountain. Silver gilt and 
translucent enamel. France, late 
14th century. H. 31.1 cm. 24.859 

The Annunciation. Panel. Anonymous 
French Master, Paris (?), Hainaut (?), 
late 14th century. H. 35.2 cm. 



Triptych: Madonna and Child with 
Scenes of Annunciation, Visitation T 
Adoration, Presentation. Ivory with 
gilding. France, late 14th century. 
H. 25 9 cm. 51.450 

Three Mourners from the Tomb of Philip the Bold , Vizelle alabaster (Grenoble 
stone). Early 15th century. Claus Sluter and Claus de Werve, Franco- 
Netherlandish. H. 41.6, 41.9, and 41,3 cm, 40.128, 58.66, 58.67 

Madonna and Child. Painted 
limestone. France, Central Loire 
Valley, ca, 1385-1390. H. 54.6 cm, 


The Coronation of the Virgin, Panel. 
The Rubielos Master, Spanish, 
Valencia, active ca. 1400-1410, 

H. 144.6 cm. 47.208 

A Bishop Saint with Donor. Panel. 
Anonymous Master, Spain (?), ca. 
1420. H, 178 cm. 27.197 

Half o f a Chasuble. Velvet, cut 
and voided, silk. Italy, 15th 
century. Orphrey: embroidery, 
silk and gold on linen, Austria, 
Bohemia, 15th century. H. 119.3 cm. 

Madonna and Child from Mariapfarr 
im LungauL Cast stone. Austria, 
ca. 1395. H. 101.9 cm. 65.236 

Field {Vesperbild}, Painted cast stone. Austria, 
Salzburg, ca. 1400-1425. H. 94 cm. 71.67 


Triptych: (House Altar), Panel. Ca. 1425* Anonymous Diptych: Four Scenes from the Passion . Panel. Ca* 1400. 

Austrian Master, Salzburg. W. 77.1 cm, 41.68 Anonymous Austrian Master, Styria, W. 68.6 cm. 


Madonna and Child . Painted 
linden wood. Upper Austria, Diocese 
of Passau, ca. 1370-1380. H. 54 cm* 

The Coronation of the Virgin. Panel. 
Master of the Frondenberg Altarpiece, 
German, Westphalia, active early 15 th 
century, H. 67.6 cm. 29.920 


The Death of the Virgin. Panel. Polyptych: Passion of Christ. Panel, Master of the Schlagl Altarpiece, 

Master of Heiligenkreuz, Austria* German* Westphalia* active ca. 1400-1450. W. 210.8 cm. 51.453 

ca. 1400. H. 71 cm. 36.496 

Virgin Mary Crowned by Angels. Panel. 
Attr. to Stephen Lochner, German, 
Cologne, died 1451. H. 50.5 cm. 


St. John the Baptist . Panel. Robert 
Campin* Netherlandish, Tournai, 
ca. 1375-1444. W. 37.7 cm. 66.238 


Leaf from a Missal: Frontispiece for 
Canon of the Mass. Tempera, gold 
leaf on parchment. N. Netherlands, 
Guclders-Overjissel, Cloister 
Agnictcnbcrg near Zwolle, ca. 1438- 
1439. Miniature by Master of Otto 
von Moerdrecht. H. 33.3 cm. 59.254 

Lavabo. Brass. South Netherlands, 
probably Valley of the Meuse, 15th 
century. H. 36.8 cm. 65.22 

The Adoration of the Magi. Panel. The Crucifixion. Panel. Ca. 1470. 

Geertgcn Tot Sint Jans, Anonymous Master, Netherlands (?). 

Netherlandish, Haarlem, ca. 1460- H. 38.4 cm. 31.449 

late 1480s. H. 29.2 cm. 51.353 


Madonna and Child with Saints. Tapestry, wool, silk, and linen, 
Germany, Nuremberg, ea* 1490. W, 155.2 cm, 39.162 

Four Gospels. Parchment, tempera, 
and gold leaf, Germany, Middle 
Rhine, ca. 1480. Miniatures by the 
Master of the Hausbuch. Contemporary 
blind-stamped leather binding. 

H. 22.9 cm. 52.465 

The Adoration of the Magi. Panel. 
Konrad Laib, Austrian, Vienna, 
active niid-15th century. 

H. 100 cm. 36.18 

Virgin Weeping. Pearwood. Veit 
Stoss, German, 1447-ca. 1533. 
H. 31.4 cm. 39.64 

A Bridal Pair. Panel. Anonymous 
South German Master, Upper Rhine 
Region, ca. 1470. H. 64.7 cm. 


Hours of Ferdinand V and Isabella of Spain: foh> 72v and 73r, The 
Crucifixion and Deposition. Parchment: Latin written in red and dark brown, 
illuminated with tempera and gold. Flanders, Ghent-Rruges School, 
ca. 1492-1504. H. 20 cm. 63.256 

The Nativity. Panel. Ca. 1490. 
Gerard David, Netherlandish, Bruges. 
H. 85*2 cm. 58.320 

The Annunciation. Panel. Ca. 1480. 
Aelbrceht Bouts, Netherlandish, 
Louvain. H. 50,2 cm. 42,635 

Medallion: Annunciation. Ivory. 
Germany, Upper Rhine, ca, 1470. 
D. 7 cm. 71.7 

Gothic Ornament of Oak-Leaf Design. 
Engraving. Master W with a Key. 
Netherlandish, active ca. 1470. 

H* 27*8 cm, 52.100 


St. John the Baptist Panel. 

Dieric Bouts, Netherlandish, Louvain, 
ca. 1415-1475. H. 106 cm. 51.354 

St. Andrew. Oak with traces of paint. 
North Netherlands, Region of Clevcs, 
early 16th century. H. 70.8 cm. 

Design for a Gothic Fountain. 
Engraving. Master W with a Key. 
Netherlandish, active ca. 1470. 
H. 23.3 cm. 37.565 

Monstrance with Relic of St. 
Sebastian. From the Guelph Treasure. 
Silver gilt and crystal. Germany, 
Brunswick, ca. 1475. H. 47 cm. 



Abbot's Stall. Oak. France, 1500-1515. H. approx. 
324.4 cm. 28.657 

Chest. Painted wood. Spain, Catalan (?), late 15th 
century. H. 71.7 cm. 15.535 


Madonna and Child. Panel. Follower 
of Hans Memling, Netherlandish, 
Bruges, ca. 1440-1494. H. 33.2 cm. 

The Mystical Grapes. Tapestry, wool, 
silk, and metallic threads. South 
Netherlands, Flanders, ca. 1500. 

H. 73.3 cm. 73.77 

Scenes from the Childhood of Christ. Tapestry, wool, silk, and gold 
metallic threads. South Netherlands, Flanders, late 15th century. 

W. 2 m. 30.7 cm. 42.826 



Portrait of a Nobleman . Panel 
Anonymous French Master, Burgundy (?), 
ca + 1490-1500. H. 42.5 cm. 63.503 

The Story of Perseus and Andromeda , Tapestry, wool 
and silk. South Netherlands, Flanders, early 16th century. 
W. 446.7 cm, 27.487 

Plate. Inscribed: Maria. Majolica. 
Spain, Valencia, Hispano-Moresque, 
mid-15th century. D. 46.7 cm. 


The Annunciation to the Virgin . 
Panel. Jaime Ferrer II, Spanish, 
Le'rida, active mid-15th century. 
H. 172.7 cm. 53.660 

Portrait of a Lady . Panel. Ca. 1480. 
Anonymous Master, Netherlands (?). 
H. 31.7 cm. 62.259 

A Monk at Prayer . Panel. Anonymous 
Master, Netherlandish, Bruges, early 
16th century. H. 37.5 cm. 42.632 

Birth and Naming of Saint John the 
Baptist . Panel. Juan de Flandes, 
Hispano-Flemish, ca. 1480-ca. 1519. 
H. 88.4 cm. 75.3 

Relief Heads of a Man and Woman . Marble. France, Touraine, Circle of 
Michel Colombe, 2nd decade 16th century. H. 14 cm. and 14.6 cm. 


Holy Trinity* Panel. Anonymous French Master, 
Provence{?), ca. 14704480. H. 119 cm, 60.79 

Triptych. Onyx cameo. Italy, 13th century. Gold and 
translucent enamel France, late 15th century. 

H. 5.7 cm. 47.508 

Mourner from the Tomb of Duke John 
the Fearless. Vizclle alabaster 
(grcnoble stone). Ca. 1462. 

Antoine le Moituricr, French, 

1141 cm. 40.129 

Education of the Virgin* Limestone. 
Prance, Bourbonnais, early 16 th 
century. PL 137.7 cm. 23.51 

Lady with Three Suitors. Pen and 
brown ink and ink wash. France, 
ca. 1500. H. 23 cm. 56.40 


Miniature Showing Queen Medusa Enthroned . Tempera on 
parchment. France, close to MaTtre Francis, ca. 1470. 

H. 12.7 cm. 24.1015 

Triumph of Eternity. Tapestry, wool and silk, France, 
Valley of the Loire', 1500-1510. Over-all: W. 392.7 cm. 
Detail: W. 349.4 cm. 60.176 

Youth. Tapestry, wool and silk. France, Valley of 
the Loire, 1500-1510. W. 462.5 cm. 60.177 

Time. Tapestry, wool and silk. France, Valley of the 
Loire. 1500-1510. Over-all: W. 439.7 cm. 

Detail: W. 405.7 cm. 60.178 


St. John the Baptist Surrounded by 
the Evangelists and Four Fathers of 
the Latin Church. Dated 1466. 
Engraving, state I/II. Master E. S., 
German. D. 18.3 cm. 50.585 

Playing Card with King and Helmet. 
Engraving. Master E. S., German, 
active ca. 1450-1470. H. 9.6 cm. 

St. Jerome. Dotted print colored by 
hand, state 1I/III. Germany, ca. 
1470-1475. H. 35.6 cm. 52.13 

Christ Carrying His Cross. Engraving. Martin 
Schongauer, German, before 1440-1491. W. 43.4 cm. 

An Angel Supporting Two Escutcheons. Black chalk on 
pink-tinted paper. Germany, circle of Nicolaus Gerhaert 
von Leyden, ca. 1470. H. 21.2 cm. 62.205 


St . Jerome and the Lion. Alabaster. 
Ca. 1510. Tilmann Riemenschn eider, 
German. H. 37.8 cm. 46.82 

The Flight into Egypt. Engraving. 
Martin Sehongauer, German, before 
1440-1491. H. 25.5 cm, 54/260 

Corpus of Christ. Linden wood. 
Ca. 1525-1530. Hans Leinbergcr, 
Germany, Bavaria, Landshut. 

H. 118.1cm. 38.293 

The Organ Player and His Wife ■» 
Engraving, state I/III. Israhel 
van Meckenem, German, before 1450- 
1503. H. 16/7 cm, 60.73 

St. Lawrence and St. Stephen. Lindenwood. 1502-1510. Tilmann 
Ricmenschneider, German. H. 94.6 and 92.7 cm. 59.42, 59.43 

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The Mass of St. Gregory. Panel. Hans Baldung (called Grien), German, 
1484/85-1545. W. 124.9 cm. 52.112 

The Bewitched Groom. Woodcut. 1544. 
Hans Baldung (called Grien), German. 

H. 33.8 cm. 66.172 

Pietd (Vesperbild). Painted and gilded lindenwood. 

Ca. 1515-1520. Master of Rabenden, German, Bavaria, 
Chiemgau. H. 89.1 cm. 38.294 

John VIII Palaeologus. Emperor 
of Constantinople, 1425-1428. Lead 
medal. Antonio di Puccio Pisano 
(called Pisanello), Italian, Pisa, 
ca. 1395-Rome 1455. D. 10.4 cm. 74.109 


Oak-Leaf Jar. Majolica. Italy, 
Florence, or Montclupo, 2nd quarter 
15th century. H, 20.4 cm. 43.54 

Portrait of a Man. Panel* 
Colantonio (?), Italian, Naples, 
active ca, 1430/40-ca. 1460/70, 
H. 60 cm. 16.811 

Fragmentary Head of a Cherub. 
Marble. Italy, Florence, 3rd 
quarter 15 th century. H* 18.4 cm. 

Leonella dEste, Marquess of 
Ferrara. Bronze. Ca. 1440-1444. 
Antonio di Puccio Pisano (called 
Pisan ell o), Italian* D* 6*9 cm, 


Double Mazer. Maple with silver- 
gilt mounts. Germany, ca. 1530. 

With portrait medallion (1528) of 
Albrecht Diirer by Matthes Gebel, Nurem¬ 
berg and Augsburg, H, 24,8 cm* 50.83 


The Funeral of St. Stephen. Pen and 
bistre ink. Fra Fiiippo Lippi, 

Italian, 1406-1469. H* 25.1 cm. 

St. Anthony Abbot. Panel. 1457- 
1458. Fra Filippo Lippi, Italian, 
Florence. H. 81.3 cm. 64.151 

Head of a Man, an Angel, and Two 
Small Profile Heads. Silverpoint 
heightened with white, on rose 
prepared paper. Italy, circle of 
Benozzo Gozzoli, 1420-1497. 

H. 19.4 cm. 37.24 

SL Michael Panel. 1457-1458. 

Fra Filippo Lippi, Italian, Florence. 
H. 81.3 cm. 64.150 

Head of a Boy. Marble. Italy, 
Florence, ca. 1470. H. 24.3 cm. 

Madonna and Child with Angels. 
Panel. Italy, Florence, after 
Fra Filippo Lippi, ca. 1406-1469. 
H* 94*9 cm, 16.802 


Front Cover for a Gospel Book of Battle of Naked Men . Engraving, state I. Antonio Pollaiuolo, Italian, 

Cardinal Jean Balue. Silver and 1431/32-1498. W. 60.7 cm. 67.127 

niello with silver-gilt border. 

Italy, Florence, ca. 1467-1469. 

H. 41.6 cm. 52.109 

Madonna and Child\ Panel. Francesco 
Botticini, Italian, Florence, ca. 1446- 
1497. H. 96.7 cm. 16.789 

Textile. Velvet weave, silk. 
Italy, early 15th century. 
H. 44.5 cm. 40.370 


Pax: Madonna and Child * Gilt bronze, 
silver and blue enamel. Last quarter 
15th century* After Antonio 
Rossellino, Italian, Florence. 

H. 15.9 cm. 68.24 

Madonna and Child. Painted terra 
cotta. Ca* 1475. Antonio 
Rossellino and bis workshop, 
Italian, Florence. H. 91 *4 cm. 

Madonna and Child. Silver point on 
rose prepared paper. Lorenzo di 
Credi, Italian, 1459/60-1537. 

H* 14.5 cm* 63.472 

St. Jerome in Penitence. Engraving. Italy, Florence, 
ca. 1480-1500. W* 21.5 cm. 49.33 

Madonna and Child with the Young St. John . Tondo* 
Panel. Sandro Botticelli, Italian, Florence, 1444-1510. 
D. 68 cm. 70.160 


Page from a Prayer Book , Tempera 
and gold leaf on parchment. 
Attavante degli Attavanti, Italian, 
Florence, 1452-1 520/25, FL 15*2 cm, 

The Assumption of the Virgin. 
Engraving, state I/II, ca* 1490, 
Attributed to Francesco Rosselli, 
Italian. H. 81.6 cm. 49.32 

Life of the Virgin and of Christ: 

The Agony in the Garden . Engraving, 
state I/IIL Attributed to Francesco 
Rosselli, Italian, 1448-before 1513. 
H. 22.4 cm. 49.540 

The Holy Family with the Infant 
St. John and St. Margaret. Tondo. 
Panel. Filippino Lippi, Italian, 
Florence, ca. 1457-1504, D. 153 cm. 

The Last Supper. Engraving. Lucantonio degli Uberti, Italian, 
active ca. 1495-1520. W. 106.6 cm. 40.47 3-a 


Standing Figure of a Man. Bronze. 
Ca. 1500. Circle of Francesco di 
Giorgio, Italian, Siena. H. 31 cm. 

St. John. Terra cotta. Master of 
the Statuettes of St. John, Italian, 
Florence, active ca. 1500. 

H. 72.1 cm. 42.781 

Bust of Girist. Painted terra 
cotta. Italy, Florence, late 15th 
century. H. 55.9 cm. 21.956 

Girist Giild. Marble. Ca. 1490- 
1500. Attr. to Michele (Di Luca) 
Marini, Italian. H. 87.6 cm. 


Paneling from a Sacristry Bench 
(detail). Walnut, inlaid with holly 
and ebony. Italy, Florence, late 
15th century. L. 173.3 cm. 15.526 


St, Sebastian. Brush and brown ink 
oyer silverpoint on prepared 
paper, Pietro Perugino, Italian, 
1445/50-1523, H, 25.6 cm. 58.411 

Madonna and Child with St. Anthony 
Abbot, St. Sebastian, St. Mark, 
and St. Severino, Panel. Lorenzo 
d’Alessandro da Sanseverino, 

Italian, Umbria, Active 1468-1503, 

H. 128,9 cm. 16,800 

Single Leaf from an Antiphonary: Adoration of the 
Shepherds. Tempera and gold leaf on parchment* Ca 
1470. Italy, Siena, style nearest to Guidoccio 
Cozzarelli or Mattco Giovanni, H, 57,2 cm. 52.282 

The Crucifixion. Panel, Matteo 
di Giovanni di Bartolo, Italian, 
Siena, ca. 1430-1495. W, 31 cm. 

Single Miniature: Christ on the 
Mount of Olives. Tempera on 
parchment. Ca. 1490-1500. Attr. to 
Timoteo Viti, Italian, Umbia. 

H. 27 cm. 27,161 


The Lamentation . Tapestry, wool, silk, gold, and silver. Italy, Ferrara, 
after design by Cosimo Tura, ca. 1475. W. 197 cm. 50.145 

Leaf from a Gradual: Hist aria led 
Initial M Tempera and gold leaf 
on parchment. Attr. to Cosimo 
Tura, Italian, Ferrara, 1432-1495 
H. 76.8 cm. 27.425 

Antiphonary, Tempera and gold leaf 
on parchment. Antonio Liberale da 
Verona, Italian, 1445-ca. 1526. 
Detail: H. 18.4 cm. 30 661 

Jar with Portrait. Majolica. 

Italy, Caffaggiolo, ca. 1475-1480 
H. 30.5 cm? 41.550 

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Adoration of the Christ Child. 

Marble with some gilding. Italy, 
Lombardy, late 15th century. 
Workshop of Benedetto Briosco and 
Toinmaso Cazzaniga. H. 61 cm. 


Holy Family with a Shepherd. Canvas. 
Dosso Dossi (Giovanni di Lutero), 
Italian * active 1512, died 1542. 

H. 38.7 cm. 49.185 

Plate. Majolica. Italy, Faenza, 
late 15tli century. D, 35.6 cm. 

Drug Bottle. Majolica. Italy, 
Faenza, ca. 1480. H. 38,7 cm. 

Dancing Boy. Bronze. North Italy, 
ca. 1500. H. 10.3 cm. 75,29 


Single Miniature: The Nativity. 
Tempera and gold on parchment. 
Girolamo dai Libri, Italian, Verona, 
1474-1555. H. 16.4 cm. 53.281 

Mother and Child with Two Dogs ; 
Engraving. Italy, late 15th century 
W. 14.9 cm. 37.566 

Madonna and Child. Marble. Circle 
of Bartolommeo Bcllano, Italian, 
Padua, ca. 1435-1496/97. H. 54.6 cm. 

The Adoration of the Magi, the 
Virgin in the Grotto* Engraving. 
Italy, Mantegna School, after 1463. 
H. 39.4 cm. 54.66 

Field. Tempera on parchment. 
Attributed to Andrea Mantegna, 
Italian, 1431-1506. H. 14.1 cm. 


St. Christopher. Pen and brown ink 
with blue and green washes, touches 
of white. Andrea Mantegna, Italian, 
1431-1506. H. 28.7 cm. 56.39 

Hercules and Antaeus. Engraving. 
Italy, Mantegna School, 15th century. 
H. 25.3 cm. 64.32 

A Fallen Warrior. Blackened wax. 
Ca. 1500. Close to Leonardo da 
Vinci, Italian. H. 19.1 cm. 


Farm on the Slope of a Hill. Pen and brown ink. 
Fra Bartolommeo, Italian, 1472-1517. W. 29.4 cm. 


Adoration of the Magi. Bronze. Ca. 1500-1506. Andrea 
Briosco (called Riccio), Italian, Padua. H. 23.5 cm. 

Tarocchi Cards (E Series): Music. 
Engraving, touched with gold. Italy, 
Ferrara, not later than 1467. 

H. 18.1 cm. 24.457 

Base for a Satyr and Satyress 
Group. Bronze. Andrea Briosco 
(called Riccio), Italian, Padua, 
ca. 1470/75-1532. H. 32.7 cm. 

Pomona. Bronze. Ca. 1500. Andrea 
Briosco (called Riccio), Italian, 
Padua. H. 15.5 cm. 48.486 


Battle in a Wood. Engraving. Master of the Year 1 515, 
Italian, W. 31*5 cm, 49-34 

Satyress Triumphant. Bronze. 
Ca. 1520-1530. Andrea Briosco 
(called Riccio), Italian, Padua. 
H. 16.5 cm. 47.29 

Marriage Beaker. Enameled milk 
glass. Italy, Venice, late 15th 
century. H. 10.2 cm. 55.70 

Portrait of a Nun of the Order of 
San Secondo. Panel. Jacometto 
Venezia no, Italian, Venice, active 
1472-died before 1493. H, 24.1 cm. 


Sacred Conversation: The Virgin and Child with St. Anthony Abbot and 
St. Lucy (?) with Donors. Panel Giovanni Battista Cima da Conegliano, 
Italian, Venice, 1459-1517 or 1518. W. 80 cm, 42.636 

Portrait of a Youth Panel. 
Bartolommeo Veneto, Italia, Venice, 
1st half 16th century, 

H. 41.9 cm, 40,539 

St* Nicholas of Bari Panel. 
Carlo Giovanni Crivelli, Italian, 
Venice, ca. 1430/35-ca, 1495, 
H. 97.3 cm. 52.111 

Plate. Majolica. Italy, Deruta, 
early 16th century. D. 41.3 cm. 


Bird's-Eye View of Venice (detail). Dated 1500. Woodcut, state I/1II. 
Jacopo de’ Barbari, Italian. W. 100.3 cm. 49.569 

Tabernacle Relief (detail). 
Polychromed marble. North Italian, 
late 15th century. H. 81.3 cm. 

Pedlar Goblet. Enameled green and 
blue glass. Italy, Venice, ca. 1475. 
H. 18.9 cm. 53.364 

Albarello. Majolica. Italy, Faenza, 
early 16th century. H. 29.8 cm. 

Plate: The Prodigal Son, after Durer. 
Majolica. Signed and dated 1528. 
Maestro Giorgio, Italian, Faenza (?). 
D. 21.2 cm. 50.82 


Tazza with Putti Frieze. Enameled 
blue glass* Italy, Venice, ca. 

1490, H, 18.3 cm. 6038 

Ewer. Painted enamel on copper, 
Italy, Venice, ca* 1500, H. 18*8 cm* 

Textile Panel. Cut velvet weave, 
silk and gold. Italy, 15th 
century. Over-all: H, 301 cm. 
Detail: H. 150 cm* 73.20 

Philoctetes on the Island of Lemnos. 
Marble. Antonio Lombardo, Italian, 
Paduan-Venetian, ca* 1458-ca* 1516 (?) 
H. 23.3 cm. 73.168 

Man with an Arrow . Engraving, 
state U/IL Benedetto Montagna, 
Italian, ca. 1470-after 1540. 

H. 21 cm. 43.65 


Textile . Velvet weave, cut and 
brocaded, silk and gold. Italy, 
15th century. H. 150 cm. 31.63 

Running Woman, Bronze, Italy, 
Padua, ca. 1527* H. 18.2 cm. 

Plate: The Three Graces, Majolica. 
1525. Maestro Giorgio (Giorgio 
Andreoli da Gubbio), Italian, Gubbio. 
D. 44.8 cm. 45.2 

Venus Prudentia. Gilt bronze. Attr. 
to Tullio Lombardo, Italian, Venice, 
ca. 1455-1532. H. 18.3 cm. 48.171 

Venus Reclining in a Landscape. Engraving, state I/ll. 
Giulio Campagnola, Italian, ca. 1482-after 1515. 

W. 18.4 cm. 31.205 


Madonna and Child. From Ciborium of 
Cardinal d’Estouteville in S. Maria 
Maggiore, Rome. Marble. Ca. 1461- 
1464. Mino del Reame (?), Italian. 

H. 93.7 cm. 28.747 

Study for the Nude Youth over the 
Prophet Daniel, in the Sistine 
Chapel Ceiling Fresco. Red chalk. 
Michelangelo Buonarroti, Italian, 
1475-1564. H. 33.5 cm. 40.465 

Figure of Plenty (Dovizia). Glazed 
terra cotta. Late 1520s. Giovanni 
della Robbia, Italian. H. 110.2 cm. 

Portrait of a Nobleman. Canvas. Lorenzo Lotto, Italian, 
Venice, 1480-1556. H. 109 cm. 50.250. 


The Sacrifice of Isaac. Panel. 
Andrea del Sarto, Italian, Florence, 
1486-1530. H. 178.2 cm. 37.577 

Madonna and Child. Bronze. Ca. 1527. 
Signed Jacopo Tatti (called Sansovino) 
Italian. H. 47.6 cm. 51.316 

The Fate of the Evil Tongue. 
Engraving. Nicoletto Rosex 
da Modena, Italian, active ca. 
1490-after 1511. H. 29.3 cm. 47.11 

Majolica Plate. Dated 1526. Signed: 
M. G. da Agubio. Maestro Giorgio, 
Italian. D. 27 cm. 50.156 


Grcular Table. Walnut. Italy, Florence, 3rd quarter 
16th century. H. 80 cm. 39.183 

Majolica Albarello: Andromeda 
Saved by Perseus. Italy, Venice, 
Workshop of Domenigo da Venezia, 
early 16th century. H. 28.9 cm. 20.421 

Venus. Bronze. Ca. 1560. Danese 
Cattaneo, Italian. H. 52.9 cm. 

St. John the Baptist. Bronze. 
Angelo de Rossi, Italian, Verona, 
active late 16th century. 

H. 49.5 cm. 52.276 


Adoration of the Magi Canvas. Titian (Tiziano Vecelli), Italian , Venice, 
ca. 14834576. W. 2283 cm. 57.150 

Doorknocker with Gorgon Head and 
Emblem of the Cicogna Family. 
Bronze. Italy, Venice, mid~l6th 
century. II. 25.4 cm. 724 

Baptism of Christ. Canvas After 1580. Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti), 
Italian, Venice. W. 251 -4 cm. 50.400 


Virgin and Oiild Enthroned . Verre 
eglomise'. Italy, 2nd half 16th 
century. Frame: Silver and enamel. 
Germany, Augsburg, ca. 1600. 

E. IS Jem. 43.284 

St, Margaret. Marble. 1520-1530. 
Antonello Gagini, Italian, Sicilian. 
H. 139.7 cm. 42,564 

Pendant: Madonna and Child with 
Saints. Enameled gold with pearls 
and emeralds. Italy, late 16th 
century, H. 7.3 cm. 59,337 

The Assumption of the Virgin. 
Dated 1517. Engraving, state 
I/IL Domenico Campagnola, 
Italian, H. 29.2 cm. 54.741 


The Dead Christ with Joseph of Arirmthea. Panel. Ca. 1525. Giovanni 
Girolamo Savoldo, Italian, Brescia, W. 191.8 cm. 52.512 

Head of St. John the Baptist. 
Canvas. Ca* 1580. Circle of 
Titian, Italian, Venice. 

W. 75.2 cm, 53.424 

Credenza . Walnut. Italy, Brescia, niid-l6th century. 
H. 127.6 cm. 39.188 

Majolica Plate . Italy, Urbino 
Atelier of the Fontana Family, 
ca. 1560. D. 45.7 cm. 42.622 


Portrait of Agostino Barbarigo. Canvas, Ca. 1571. 
Paolo Veronese, Italian, Venice, W. 11 6:2 cm. 

Apollo on Parnassus, Surrounded by Muses and Poets. 
Engraving, before state i/II. Marcantonio Raimondi, 
Italian, ca. 1480-ca. 1530. W. 47.1 cm. 63.231 

Portrait of a Young Lady. Panel. 
Agnolo Bronzino, Italian, Florence, 
1503-1572. H. 60 cm. 72.121 

Portrait of Vincenzo Guarignoni 
Dated 1572. Canvas. Giovanni 
Battista Moroni, Italian, Bergamo. 
H. 63 cm. 62.1 


Cassone Frqntal. Walnut. Italy, second half 16th century. L. 172.7 cm. 

Portrait of a Gentleman and His Wife. Canvas. 

Ca. 1550-1565. Italo-Flemish Master. W. 141 cm. 


Ijizarm and the Rich Man * Canvas. Jacopo Rassano, Italian. 1510-1592. 
W. 221 cm* 39.68 

The Wrath of Neptune. Bronze. 
Ca. 1540. Attr. to Tiziano Minio, 
Italian, Paduan-Venetian* 

H- 36.1 cm. 74.273 

The Entombment . Canvas. Leandro 
Bassano, Italian, 1557-1622* 

H. 123.8 cm. 16.806 

Annunciation * Canvas. Paolo 
Veronese, Italian, Venice, 1528- 
1588. H* 150 cm. 50.251 

Annunciation. Pen and brown ink 
and gray wash. Luca Cambiaso, 
Italian, 1527-1585. H. 29.5 cm* 


landscape with a Boat. Pen and brown ink. Annibale 
Carracci, Italian, 1560-1609. W. 40.6 cm. 72.101 

Cassone. Walnut. Italy, Venice, mid-16th century. 
H. 68.6 cm. 42.607 

The Feast of the Gods. Bronze. 
Ca. 1575. Alessandro Vittoria, 
Italian, Venetian. H. 34.4 cm. 


Medici Plate. Soft paste porcelain. Study for Aeneas’ Flight from Troy. Pen and brown ink, 

Italy, Florence, ca. 1580. black chalk, brown and light-yellow wash on gray-green 

D. 28 cm. 49.489 paper. Federico Barocci, Italian, 1535 (?)-1612. 

W. 42.7 cm. 60.26 

Mars. Bronze. Ca. 1587. Giovanni 
Bologna, Italian. H. 39 cm. 64.421 

Study of Plants on a Bank. Black 
chalk, brush and wash heightened 
with body color. Federico Barocci, 
Italian, ca. 1535-1612. H. 20 cm. 


Hat Jewel: The Rape of Helen, 
Enamel on gold, Italy, mid-I6th 
century, D. 5.1 cm, 49.377 

Hat Jewel: Adoration of the Kings. 
Enamel on gold, France, mid-16th 
century, D. 4.7 cm, 38*428 

Espalier Plates. Steel. Attributed 
to a member of Negroli Family, 
possibly Philippo, ca, 1500-1561, 
Italian, Milan* H. 14 cm. 


The Apocalypse: St. John Sees the 
Four Riders * Engraving. Jean Duvet, 
French, 1485-aftcr 1556. H. of 
page 36*7 cm. 53.222 

Episode of the Aeneid : The Trojan 
Horse. Painted enamel. Ca. 1530- 
1540. Master of the Aeneid Series, 
France, Limoges, I!. 23.8 cm. 


Chest. Oak. France, Normandy, 2nd half 16th century. H. 96.5 cm. 42.604 

Two Funerary Figures. Hawthorn wood painted black. Ca. 1570. Attr. to 
Germain Pilon, French. H. 62.2 and 61.3 cm. 59.345, 59.346 

Seated Woman with Two Children 
(Charity?). Alabaster. Attr. to 
Germain Pilon, French, ca. 1535- 
1590. H. 29.8 cm. 51.541 

St. Porchaire Pedestal Dish. 
Faience. France, 16th century. 
H. 14.3 cm. 52.278 


St. Porchaire Ewer. Faience. 
France, 16th century. H. 35.6 cm. 

Mirror. Enamel “en risille.” 
France, 2nd half 16th century. 
H. 8.9 cm. 26.246 

Ewer Stand. Enamel on copper. 

Dated 1577. Pierre Raymond, French, 
Limoges. D. 48.6 cm. 40.139 

Inlaid Table. Walnut. France, Burgundy, 2nd half 16th Dressoir. Walnut. France, Burgundy, mid-16th century, 

century. H. 88.3 cm. 42.601 H. 149.8 cm. 42.606 


The Martyrdom of St. Lucy. Etching, 
state il/II. Jacques Bellange, 

French, 1594-1638. H, 46,2 cm. 

Samson and Delilah. Woodcut. 

Lucas van Leyden, Dutch, 1494-1533 
H, 41.3 cm. 35.117 

Candlesticks Representing Triumph of Adoration of the Shepherds, 

Diana and Labors of Hercules. Painted Engraving. Frans Crabbe, Flemish, 

enamel on copper. Attr. to Jean Court ca. 1480-1553. H. 24.6 cm. 66.121 

(called Vigier), French, Limoges, active 
1555-1565. FL 33.6 cm. 73.169, 73.170 

12 ! 

Return of the Prodigal Son. Engraving. Lucas van 
Leyden, Dutch, 1494-1533. W* 24.6 cm* 27.361 

Landscape with Saint John the Baptist Preaching. Panel. 
Herri met de Pies, Netherlandish, ca. 1510-ca. 1572, 

W, 42 cm* 67*20 

Madonna and Child under a Canopy . 
Panel* Ca* 1525* Netherlands, 
Bruges* H. 64.8 cm. 46.282 

Esther before Ahasuerus and The Judgment of Solomon. Stained glass panels. 
Ca, 1530* Circle of Lucas van Leyden, Netherlandish* H. 69*2 cm, 

68.189, 68*188 


Christ Carrying the Cross. Alabaster. 
Ca. 1545. Workshop of Jacques du 
Broeucq, Southern Netherlands, 
Hainaut. H. 61.1 cm. 71.5 

Madonna and Child in a Landscape. 
Dated 1531. Panel. Jan Gossaert 
de Mabuse, Netherlandish. 

H. 48.9 cm. 72.47 

Landscape with Venus and Adonis. Copper panel. Gillis 
van Coninxloo, Netherlandish, 1544-1606/07. W. 53.5 cm. 

Two Peasants in Half Figure. 

Pen and light brown ink over black 
chalk. Pieter Bruegel I, Flemish, 
1525-1569. W. 18.8 cm. 45.114 


Diana and Actaeon. Canvas. Joachim Uytewael, Dutch. 
1566-1638. W. 69 cm. 74.106 

Denial of St. Peter. Panel. Peter Uy tewael, Dutch, 
1596-1660. W, 45.6 cm. 72.169 

Part of a Chasuble. Embroidery 
(opus Anglicanum), silk, gold, and 
silver threads on silk velvet. 
England, ca. 1500. H. 101 cm. 

Portrait of an Elizabethan Gallant , 
Dated 1576. On vellum. Nicholas 
Hilliard, English. D. 5 cm. 60.39 

Sir Anthony Midmay. On vellum. 
Nicholas Hilliard, English, Ca. 1547- 
1619. H. 23.5 cm. 26.554 


The Ascension. Pen and brown ink. 
Albrecht Diirer, German, 1471-1528. 
H. 31.1 cm. 52.530 

The Arm of Eve. Dated 1507. 

Brush drawing in brown and white ink 
on blue paper. Albrecht Diirer, 
German. H. 33.6 cm. 65.470 

The Apocalypse: The Riders on the 
Four Horses. Woodcut. Albrecht 
Diirer, German, 1471-1528. 

H. 40 cm. 32.313 

The Virgin with a Monkey. Engraving. 
Albrecht Diirer, German, 1471-1528. 
H. 19.1 cm. 64.29 

The Dead Christ. Dated 1505. Charcoal. Albrecht 
Diirer, German. W. 23.5 cm. 52.531 


St. Jerome. Engraving. Albrecht 
Diirer, German, 1471-1528. H. 24.5 
cm. 72.29 

Plaque: Christ in the Garden of 
Gethsemane. Kclhcim stone. Ca. 1515. 
Adolph Dauchcr, German, Augsburg, 
d. ca. 1523. H. 14.8 cm. 47.182 

Adoration of the Shepherds. Panel. Circle of Diirer, 
Germany, 1st half 16th century. H. 58 cm. 16.807 

Christ on the Mount of Olives. 

Dated 1515. Etching on iron. 
Albrecht Diirer, German. H. 22.3 cm. 

The Life of the Virgin: Title Page, 
The Virgin on the Crescent Moon. 
Woodcut, proof before text. 

Albrecht Diirer, German, 1471-1528. 
H. 24 cm. 59.99 


Adam and Eve. Bronze. Dated 1515 
(for the model); on reverse 1518 
(for this cast). Ludwig Krug, 
German, Nuremberg. H. 12.2 cm. 

Adam and Eve. Bronze. Ca. 1520. 
Workshop of Peter Vischer, the 
Younger, German, Nuremberg. 

H, 14.6 cm. 61.29 

Py ramus and This be. Chiaroscuro 
woodcut. Hans Wechthn, German, 
1480/85-after 1526. H. 27.1 cm. 

Der Weisskunig: The Banished Duke 
of Otnop. Woodcut. Hans Burgkmair, 
German, 1473-1531. H. 22.2 cm. 

Adam and Eve. Boxwood. Attributed to Daniel Man eh, 
German, 1477-1540. H. 22.2 cm. 46.429,46.491 


Portrait of Wolfgang Gamensfelder 
at Age 19. Boxwood. Dated 1531. 
Master of Gamensfelder and 
Fronleitner, German. D. 11.9 cm. 

Head of a Woman. Silverpoint on 
white prepared ground on paper. 
Hans Holbein I, German, ca. 1465- 
1524. H. 6.5 cm. 70.14 

Portrait of Sir Thomas More. Panel. 
Follower of Hans Holbein the Younger, 
Germany, 1497-1543. D. 5.9 cm. 

Equestrian Portrait of the Emperor 
Maximilian. Dated 1508. Woodcut 
printed from two outline blocks on 
blue hand-tinted paper. Hans 
Burgkmair, German. H. 32.1 cm. 

Armet, Helmet in Maximilian Style. 
Steel. Germany, early 16th century. 
H. 30.5 cm. 16.1855 

Portrait Medallion. Boxwood. 

Attr. to Friedrich Hagenauer, German, 
active 1525-1546. D. 7.3 cm. 



The Stag Hunt, Dated 1540. Panel. Lucas Cranach the Elder, German, 
Kronach. W. 170.2 cm, 58.425 

Medal: The Trinity. Silver. Signed 
H. R. Dated 1544. Hans Reinhart the 
Elder* German, tL 1581. D. 10.2 cm, 


Fountain Figure of Abundance . 
Bronze. Master of the Budapest 
Abundance, German, Augsburg, ca. 
1530-1540. H. 36.8 cm, 71.104 

Horse . Bronze. Ca. 1560-1570. After Gregor Erhart, Sitting Dog Scratching Himself. 

German. H. 15.2 cm. 52.108 Bronze, South Germany or possibly 

Austria (Innsbruck), 2nd quarter 
16th century. H, 5,9 cm, 60.74 


Portrait Plaque of Georg Knauer. 
Pearwood. Dated 1537. Peter Dell, 
South German. H. 14 cm. 21 All 

Portrait of Maria Kitsch er von 
Oelkofen, Frau Pancraz von Freyberg 
zu Aschau. Panel. Hans Mielich, 
German, Munich, 1515-1573. 

H. 64.1 cm. 44.88 

Model for Medal: Pope Alexander V 
(1409-1410). Kelheim stone. Tobias 
Wolf, German, Breslau, d. ca. 1570. 
D. 4.2 cm. 56.28 

Model for Medal: Son of Martin III 
Geuder. Kelheim stone. Dated 1528. 
Matthes Gebel, German, Nuremberg. 
D. 3.7 cm. 56.25 


Salome with the Head of St. John the 
Baptist. Pen and brush with black 
and white ink on brown-tinted paper, 
Albrecht Altdorfer, German, ca. 
1480-1538. H. 19.2 cm. 48.440 

The Fall and Redemption of Man: 
Four Scenes from the Passion of 
Christ . Four woodcuts printed on 
one page. Albrecht Altdorfer, 
German, ca. 1480-1538. H. of page 
22.5 cm. 52.50-52.53 

View of a Castle. Dated 1513. Pen and bistre ink, 
Wolf Huber, German, Fassau. W. 21,2 cm. 5 L27 7 

The Visitation. Panel. Germany, 
Danube School, early 16th century. 
H t 101,6 cm. 50,91 

Mortar. B ran ze. Ca. 1550-1560. 
Workshop of Wenzel Jamnitzer, 
German, Nuremberg, H. 11.8 cm, 


River Landscape with Five Bare Spruce Trees in the 
Foreground . Dated 1549. Etching. Augustin 
Hirschvogel, German. W. 17.3 cm. 51.491 

Jug with Arms of Cleves-Berg. 
Stoneware. Dated 1580. Germany, 
Rhenish, Siegberg. H. 23.8 cm. 



Standing Cup with Covey. Gilt 
silver. Germany, Nuremberg, 2nd 
half 16th century. H. 49.5 cm. 

Scales. Gilt bronze and engraved 
silver. Ca* 1565-1570. Germany, 
Nuremberg, Jamnitzer Workshop. 
H. 37.5 cm. 50.382 

Double PokaL Gilt silver. Ca. 1614 
1632. Alexander Treghart, South 
German, Nuremberg. H. 58 em. 
76.108, 76.109 


Sextus Tarquinius Threatening 
Lucrece . Bronze. Ca. 1600. Hubert 
Gerhard, German. H. 52.7 cm. 62.245 

Allegory of Christian Belief 
Dated 162(2?). Pen and bistre ink 
and bistre wash. Johann Liss, 
German. H. 15.3 cm. 53.6 

Pendant with Pelican. Enameled gold 
with rubies. Germany, ca. 1600. 

H. 7.3 cm. 59.336 

Amor. Canvas, Johann Liss, 

German* Venetian School* ca. 1597- 
1629/30, H. 87.6 cm. 71.100 

Hercules and the Hydra , Bronze. 
Attr, to Adriaen de Vries, 
Netherlandish, ca, 1560-1626, 

H. 46.7 cm. 73.167 


The Crucifixion of St. Andrew. Canvas. Ca. 1607. Head of Proserpine. Terra cotta. 

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Italian. Ca. 1620-1621. Giovanni Lorenzo 

H. 202.5 cm. 76.2 Bernini, Italian, Rome. H. 15.3 cm. 


Danae. Canvas. Ca. 1621-1623. Orazio Gentileschi, Italian. W. 228.6 cm. 


Study for Minerva. Black and red 
chalk. Bernardo Strozzi, Italian, 
1581-1644. H. 37.2 cm. 53.626 

Rest on the Flight into Egypt with 
an Angel Playing the Violin . 
Tondo. Canvas. 1624. Giovanni 
Francesco Barbicri (called II 
Guercino), Italian. D. 68.5 cm. 

Minerva. Canvas. Bernardo Strozzi, 
Italian, Genoa, 1581-1644. 

H. 147.3 cm. 29.133 

Venus and Cupid. Pen and bistre ink 
and bistre wash with red chalk 
indications. Giovanni Francesco 
Barbieri (called Guercino), Italian, 
1591-1666. W. 39.4 cm. 25.1188 


Adoration of the Shepherds. Canvas. Bernardo Cavallino, 
Italian, 1616-1656. W. 148.6 cm. 68.100 

Pope Innocent X. Bronze. 
Alessandro Algardi and assistants, 
Italian, Rome, 1602-1654. 

H. 78.1 cm. 57.496 

Adoration of the Magi. Canvas. 
Ca. 1640-1642. Guido Reni, 
Italian. H. 367.3 cm. 69.132 

St. Catherine of Siena Receiving the Crown of 
Thorns and a Rosary from the Christ Child. 
Canvas. Ca. 1643. Giovanni Battista Salvi 
(called Sassoferrato), Italian. W. 83.8 cm. 


Four Tondi: Witches* Scenes. Canvas. Ca, 1640* Salvator Rosa, Italian, 1615-1673. 
D, 53.3 cm. (each). 77.37-.40 


The Feast of Terminus. Red-brown oil. Giovanni 
Benedetto Castiglione, Italian, 1616-1670. W. 56.2 cm. 

Baptism of Christ. Bronze. Ca. 
1646. Alessandro Algardi, 

Italian, Rome. H. 62.3 cm. 65.471 

The Vision of St. Jerome. Canvas. 
Giovanni Battista Langetti, Italian, 
Genoa, 1625-1676. H. 200.2 cm. 


Adoration of the Shepherds. Canvas. Carlo Dolci, 
Italian, 1616-1686. H. 88.6 cm, 68.22 

The Risen Christ Appearing to His Mother Canvas. 
Ca. 1708. Francesco Solimena, Italian, Naples. 

H. 222.5 cm. 71.63 

The Apparition of the Virgin to St. Francis of Assisi 
Canvas. Ca. 1680-1683. Luca Giordano, Italian, 
Naples ► H. 239 cm, 66,125 

Casket. For Pietro Gregorio Boncompagni-Ludovisi and 
Maria Francesca Ottoboni. Silver gilt, malachite, lapis 
lazuli, and enamel. Italy, Rome, 173L L, 22.8 cm. 


Education of the Virgin . Marble, 
Attr. to Giuseppe Mazzuoli, Italian, 
1644-1725. H. 110,5 cm. 73.6 

Journey of a Patriarch . Canvas. Giovanni Benedetto 
Castiglione, Italian, 1616-1670, W, 78.4 cm. 69.1 

The Rest on the f light into Egypt. Terra cotta. 
Giuseppe Mazza, Italian, 1653-174L H. 32J cm. 

The Synagogue. Canvas, Alessandro Magnasco, 
Italian, Genoa, 1667-1749, W. 149 cm. 30.22 


David and Goliath . Terra cotta, 1723. Giovanni 
Battista Foggini, Italian, Florence. H. 41.3 cm. 

The Supper at Emma us. Canvas. Giovanni Battista 
Piazzetta, Italian, Venice, 1682-1754. W. 141.3 cm. 

The Assumption of the Virgin. 
Painted 1744. Canvas (modello). 
Giovanni Battista Piazzetta, Italian, 
Venice. H. 7L5 cm. 55.165 

II fiorellin d’amore (Little Flower of Love). Black 
chalk heightened with white chalk. Giovanni Battista 
Piazzetta, Italian, 1682-1754. W. 54.9 cm. 38.387 


Clockwise from upper left: The Angels Appearing to Abraham, The Sacrifice of Isaac, Tobias and the Angel, 
Abraham Welcoming the Three Angels. Canvas. Giovanni Antonio Guardi, Italian, Venice, 1698-1760. 

W. 75.5 cm. (each). 52.237, 52.235, 52.236, 52.238 


The Adoration of the Magi Pen and 
bistre ink and bistre wash. 

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Italian, 
1696-1770, H. 38,7 cm, 44,474 

Horatius Codes Defending Rome Against the Etruscans. 
Canvas. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Italian, Venice, 
1696-1770, W. 208J cm. 49,571 

Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. 
Modello for the Diessen Altarpiece. 
Canvas, Painted ca. 1739. 

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Italian, 
Venice, H, 52,8 em. 46,277 

The Flight into Egypt: The Holy Family Embarking in a 
Small Boat , Pen and bistre ink and bistre wash. 

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Italian, 1696-1770. 

W. 44.6 cm, 29.443 


Interior of the Pantheon, Rome . Dated 1747. Canvas. 
Giovanni Paolo Panini, Italian. H. 125.7 cm. 74.39 

Portrait of a Lady. Canvas. 

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Italian, 
Venice, 1727-1804. H. 60.4 cm. 

The Spring Shower. Pen and bistre ink and bistre wash. 
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Italian, 1727-1804. 

W. 41.3 cm. 37.573 

The Prisons: An Immense Interior 
with a Drawbridge. Etching, state 
I/III. Giovanni Battisti Piranesi, 
Italian, 1720-1778. H. 54.8 cm. 


Visit of Pope Pius VI in Venice: The Reception of the 
Doge and Senate in the Salla delle Udienze in the 
Monastery of San Domenico. Canvas. 1782. Francesco 
Guardi, Italian, Venice. W. 69 cm. 49.187 

A Procession of Triumphal Cars in Piazzo S. Marco, 
Venice. Pen and bistre ink and bistre wash. 1782. 
Francesco Guardi, Italian. W. 36.7 cm. 55.164 

Visit of Pope Pius VI in Venice: Te Deum in the Church 
of SS. Giovanni e Paolo. Canvas. 1782. Francesco 
Guardi, Italian, Venice. W. 69 cm. 49.188 

The Spring Shower. Pen and bistre ink and bistre wash. 
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Italian, 1727-1804. 

W. 41.3 cm. 37.573 


View of the Piazza San Marco, Venice, and the Piazzetta towards San Giorgio 
Maggiore. Canvas. Giovanni Antonio Canale (called Canaletto), Italian, 
Venice, 1697-1768. W. 232.5 cm. 62.169 

Views of Venice and Environs: The Tower of Malghera. 
Etching, state I/II. Giovanni Antonio Canale (called 
Canaletto), Italian, 1697-1768. W. 43.4 cm. 25.1240 

Imaginary View: A Palace on the Shore of the Lagoon . 
Pen and brown ink with gray wash. Giovanni Antonio 
Canale (called Canaletto), Italian, 1697-1768. 

W. 42.1 cm. 30.23 


Piet a. Canvas* Painted after 1750* Giuseppe 
Bazzani, Italian, W. 14L7 cm. 55.682 

Woman and Man. Soft paste 
porcelain. Italy, Naples, Caop-di- 
Monte, ca* 1750. H. 18.4 cm. 

Standing Woman * Soft paste 
porcelain* Italy, Naples, Capo-di- 
Monte, ca. 1750. H. 20.3 cm, 


The Holy Family . Canvas. El Greco (Domenico 
Theotocopuli), Spanish, 1541-1614. H. 131.7 cm. 

Portrait of the Jester Ca la bazas. Canvas. Diego 
Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez, Spanish, 1599-1660. 
H. 175 cm. 65.15 

Christ on the Cross with Landscape. 
Canvas. El Greco (Domenico 
Theotocopuli), Spanish, 1541-1614. 
H. 188 cm. 52.222 


The Holy House of Nazareth. Canvas. Francisco de Zurbaran, Spanish, 1598- The Virgin and Child. Pen and brown 

1662/64. W. 218 cm. 60.117 ink, ink wash, red and black chalk. 

Ca. 1670. Bartolome Esteban Murillo, 
Spanish. H. 21.4 cm. 68.66 

Laban Searching for His Stolen Household Gods in Rachel's Tent. Canvas. 
Bartolomd Esteban Murillo, Spanish, 1618-1682. W. 363.9 cm. 65.469 

The Immaculate Conception. Canvas. 
Bartolome Esteban Murillo, Spanish, 
1618-1682. H. 220.5 cm. 59.189 


The Death of Adonis. Canvas. Jusepe de Ribera, Spanish, 1591-1652. 
W. 238.8 cm. 65.19 

St. Jerome. Canvas. Jusepe de Ribera, Spanish, 1591- 
1652. H. 129 cm. 61.219 


Portrait of the Infante Don Luis de 
Borbon. Canvas. Painted 1783. 
Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes, 
Spanish. H. 152.7 cm. 66.14 

Portrait of Don Juan Antonio Cuervo. 
Dated 1819. Canvas. Francisco Jose de 
Goya y Lucientes, Spanish. 

H. 120 cm. 43.90 

St. Ambrose. Canvas. Francisco 
Jose' de Goya y Lucientes, Spanish, 
1746-1828. H. 190 cm. 69.23 

The Bulls of Bordeaux: The Celebrated American, Mariano 
Ceballos. Lithograph, state 11/11. Francisco de Goya 
y Lucientes, Spanish, 1746-1828. W. 40.4 cm. 49.2 

The Garroted Man. Etching, state 
1/11. Francisco de Goya y Lucientes, 
Spanish, 1746-1828. H. 32.8 cm. 


Hercules and Cacus. Dated 1588. Samson and Delilah. Canvas. Ca. 1618-1620. Gerrit 

Chiaroscuro woodcut. Hendrik van Honthorst, Dutch, Utrecht. H. 129 cm. 68.23 

Goltzius, Dutch. H. 41 cm. 


The Weeping Heraclitus. Dated 1621. 
Canvas. Hendrick Terbrugghen, 
Dutch. H. 125 cm. 77.2 


Portrait of Isabella Brant. Panel. The Feast of Herod. Pen and bistre ink with charcoal 

Ca. 1622. Peter Paul Rubens, Flemish. and red chalk. Ca. 1630-1640. Peter Paul Rubens, 

H. 53 cm. 47.207 Flemish. W. 47.3 cm. 54.2 

A Genoese Lady with Her Child. Canvas. Ca. 1627. Diana and Her Nymphs Departing for the Chase. 

Sir Anthony van Dyck, Flemish. H. 217.8 cm. 54.392 Canvas. Ca. 1615. Peter Paul Rubens, Flemish. 

H. 215.9 cm. 59.190 


The Betrayal of Christ. Canvas. Jacob Jordaens, 
Flemish, Antwerp, 1593-1678. W. 246.3 cm. 70.32 

Pastoral Scene. Canvas. Jan Siberechts, Flemish, 
1627-1703. W. 122.5 cm. 69.18 

Peasants Drinking and Smoking. 
Panel. David Teniers the Younger, 
Flemish, 1610-1690. H. 37.2 cm. 

The Conversion of St. Paul with 
Horseman and Banner. Ink, black 
and red chalk, and water color. 

Ca. 1645. Jacob Jordaens, Flemish 
H. 32.8 cm. 54.366 


A View of Emmerich Across the Rhine. Dated 1645. 
Panel. Jan van Goyen, Dutch. W. 95.3 cm. 59.351 

Wooded iMndscape with Sleeping Peasants. Dated 165(0?). 
Canvas. Simon de Vlieger, Dutch. W. 130.4 cm. 75.76 

IMndscape with a Cottage and Figures. 
Dated 1653. Pencil and gray wash. 

Jan van Goyen, Dutch. W. 27.5 cm. 

Dune landscape with Figures. Panel. 
Philips Wouwerman, Dutch, 1619-1668. 
W. 41.5 cm. 67.124 

View of Orleans on the Loire. Pen 
and brown ink, brown and gray wash. 
Lambert Doomer, Dutch, 1622/23-1700. 
W.41.1 cm. 66.4 


Portrait of a Lady in a Ruff 
Dated 1638. Canvas. Frans Hals, 
Dutch, H, 69.7 cm. 48.137 

Hilly Landscape with Hut Beside a 
Stream . Dated 1627. Black chalk 
and tan and gray wash. Esaias van 
dc Velde, Dutch, W. 29.2 cm. 66.7 

Protestant Gothic Church with Motifs 
of the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam , 
Canvas. Emanuel de Witte, Dutch, 
Alkmaar, 1617-1692. H. 62 cm. 


River Landscape with Castle. Dated 1644. Panel. 
Salomon van Ruysdael, Dutch. W. 60,6 cm. 73.2 

Fishing Boats in a Harbor. Canvas. Allart van 
Everdingen, Dutch, 1621-1675. W. 97 cm, 74,105 


Portrait of a Youth. Dated 1632. 
Panel. Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, 
Dutch. H. 57.8 cm. 42.644 

Portrait of a Lady. Dated 1635. 

Panel. Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, 
Dutch. H. 77.5 cm. 44.90 

Portrait of a Jewish Student. Canvas. 
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch, 
1606-1669. H. 84.5 cm. 50.252 

Christ Taken Before Caiaphas. Pen, reed pen, and brush 
with bistre ink and touches of white. Ca. 1641-1642. 
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch. W. 23.4 cm. 60.187 

Tobias Healing His Father's Blindness. Pen and brown 
ink corrected with white wash. Rembrandt Harmensz van 
Rijn, Dutch, 1606-1669. W. 21.1 cm. 69.69 


Old Man with a Flowing Beard. Dated 
1631. Etching, state I/ll. Rembrandt 
Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch. H. 6.8 cm. 

The Three Trees. Etching and drypoint. 1643. 

Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch. W. 21.3 cm. 66.334 

Old Man Praying. Dated 166(1?). Canvas. Rembrandt 
Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch. H. 87.6 cm. 67.16 

Christ Preaching (La Petite Tombe). Etching. Rembrandt 
Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch, 1606-1669. W. 20.8 cm. 58.306 

] 60 

The Three Crosses . Dated 1653, Etching and drypoint, 
state IV/V. Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch. 

W. 44,2 cm. 59.241 

Still Life Dated 1663, Canvas, Willem Kalf, Dutch, 
H, 60.4 cm. 62,292 

Landscape with a Windmill Dated 1646. Panel. Jacob The Meeting of Christ with Martha 

van Ruisdael, Dutch. W. 68.5 cm. 67.19 and Mary after the Death of Lazarus. 

Reed pen and bistre with touches of 
white, Ca + 1662-1665. Rembrandt 
Harmensz van Rijn, Dutch, 

W. 20.8 cm, 62,116 


View of the Heerengracht, Amsterdam. Canvas. 
Ca. 1660-1662. Jan Wijnants, Dutch. W. 81.9 cm. 

Travelers in a Hilly Landscape with a River. 
Panel. Ca. 1650-1655. Aelbert Cuyp, Dutch. 
W. 74.8 cm. 42.637 

Landscape with a Dead Tree. Canvas. Ca. 1665-1668. 
Jacob van Ruisdael, Dutch. W. 131 cm. 67.63 

A Wooded and Hilly Landscape, Evening. Canvas. 

Ca. 1663-1665. Jacob van Ruisdael, Dutch. W. 59.4 cm 


Portrait of a Standing Lady . Canvas. Gerard ter Bor eh 
(Terborch), Dutch* 1617-1681. H. 63.3 cm. 44.93 

Esrh er , A hastier its ai id Ha i nan. Co n va s . Ca . 1667 1669, 
Jan Steen, Dutch. W. 92.9 cm. 64.153 

A Music Party . Dated 1663. Canvas. Pieter do Hooch* 
Dutch. W. 119.4 cm. 51355 

Landscape with Sleeping Shepherdess. Dated 1663. 
Panel. Adriaen van der Velde* Dutch. W, 27.5 cm. 66.12 


Mountainous Landscape. Pencil and ink. Nicolas 
Perch em, Dutch, 1620-1683. W. 52.0 cm. 58.410 

A Wooded Landscape with Figures * Canvas. Meindert 
Hobbema, Dutch, 1638-1709. W. 111.8 cm. 42.641 


The Descent from the Cross . Ivory. 
Dated 1653, Adam Lenckhardt, 
Austrian. H, 44,4 cm. 67.134 

Covered Goblet Engraved glass. 
Bohemia, ea. 1715. H, 47.9 cm. 

Covered Cup. Silver and silver 
gilt. 1688. Johann Andreas Thelot, 
German, Augsburg. H. 40 cm. 

Goblet , Engraved glass. 1680. 

Herman Schwinger, German, Nuremberg. 
H P 3U cm. 50.389 

Pilgrim Bottle. Polished stoneware 
with silver-gilt mounts. Germany, 
Meissen, ca, 1715. H. 15.9 cm. 

Tankard. Silver, partially gilt. 
Andreas Brachfeldt, Russian, Riga, 
late 17th century. Relief. Silver, 
Master D. M., German, Augsburg, 
H, 25.3 cm. 71.266 


Sacred and Profane Love. Chasuble. Embroidery, silk 
and metallic threads on silk. Bavaria, 4th quarter 17th 
century. Over-all: H. 116 cm* Detail: H* 43.5 cm. 

Christ at the Column. Gilt bronze. 
Dated 1756. Johann Baptist 
Hagenaucr, Austrian. H. 19.1 cm. 

God the Father. Poly chromed wood. 
Johann Peter Schwanthaler the Elder, 
Austrian, 17201795. IL 141.6 cm, 

St. Joachim. Gilded wood. Joseph 
Anton Feuchtmeyer (or his circle). 
South German, 1696-1770. 

H, 128.9 cm. 62.246 

House Altarpiece* Carved and gilded 
wood* Ca. 1740, Joseph Matthias 
Gotz, German, Bavaria. K. 165.1 cm. 


Presentation of Christ in the Temple. Canvas. 
Painted ca. 1750/55. Franz Anton Maulbertsch, 
Austrian. H. 69.5 cm, 63.326 

Return from the Flight into Egypt. Canvas. Josef 
Ignaz Mildorfer, Austrian, 1719-1775. H. 118 cm. 74.2 

Madonna of the Immaculate 
Conception. Painted and gilded wood. 
Ca. 1770. Franz Ignaz Gunther, 
German. H. 77,5 cm, 63.294 

Kneeling AngeL Carved wood. Ca. 
1760. Franz Ignaz Gunther, German, 
1725-1775. H.'79.7 cm. 66,18 

Male Figure. Wood. Ca. 1760. 
Franz Ignaz Gunther, German. 
H. 95 cm, 73.101 


Kneeling Saint . Painted wood. 
Ca. 1740-1750. Johann Baptist 
Straub, German, Munich. 

H. 118.1 cm. 61414 

Orpheus. Stone. Ca. 1765. 

Ferdinand Tietz, German. H. 183 cm. 

Spring. Painted wood. Ca. 1765. 
Ferdinand Tictz, German. H. 14 cm 

Console Table. Made for Schloss Seehof, Franconia. 
Carved and gilded wood. Ca. 1765. Attr. to Ferdinand 
Tietz, German. H. 85.7 cm. 62.63 

Clock , Carved and gilded wood. 

Faience. Ca. 1750. Works by 

Ba u mgar t inge r, Merge n t h ei m, G e r m a ny. 

H. 97.8 cm. 66.362 


Pinto. Porcelain. Ca. 1760, 

Modeled by Franz Anton Bustelli, 
German, Munich, Nymphenburg Factory. 
H, 10.2 cm* 47.283 

Box. Gold and mother-of-pearl, 
Austria, Vienna (?), ca, 1765, 

H. 9.2 cm. 67.157 

Gilt-Bronze Dish. Germany {?), 2nd 
quarter 18th century. H> 31.9 cm. 


Count Tschernitscheff, Russian 
Ambassador at Vienna. Ivory. 
Friedrich Heinrich Ftiger, Germany, 
1751-1818. D. 10.1 cm. 42.1141 


Portrait of a Lady of the Earle Family. Canvas* 
Sir Peter Lely, English, 1618-1680. H. 126*7 cm* 

Portrait of ct Lady* Dated 1619* Panel. Cornelius I. 
Johnson, English. H* 65.7 cm. 73.185 

Story of David and Bathsheba. Dated 1658. Stumpwork 
embroidery: silk and metallic yams, pearls and carved 
wood appendages, on silk. England* W. 53.3 cm. 73.1 86 

King Henry VIII Treading on the Pope . Panel of petit- 
point embroidery, silk. England, Period of Charles I 
(1625-1648). W* 55.3 cm* 19.585 


Armchair. Walnut with caned back, 
England, ca, 1680-1685. H. 38.1 cm. 

Covered Cup . Silver and silver gilt. 
1677-1678. L A. (unidentified), 
English, London. H. 17,2 cm. 58,422 

Knife , Fork , and Spoon. Gold. 
Germany, Augsburg* ca. 1725, 
L, 19.1, 19.1, and 22.2 cm. 

Covered Cup. Silver. 1686-1687. 
W. L (unidentified), English, 
London. H. 23.8 cm. 35.145 


Charles II, King of England. 1653. Canvas. Philippe 
de Champaigne, French. H. 125.7 cm. 59.38 

The Dance of the Boys and Girls. Canvas. Mathieu 
Le Nain, French, 1607-1677. W. 120.5 cm. 57.489 

Samson. Canvas. 1630/31. Valentin de Boulogne, The Repentant St. Peter. Dated 1645. Canvas. 

French. H. 135.6 cm. 72.50 Georges de la Tour, French. H. 114.5 cm. 51.454 


Italian Landscape. Dated 163(7). Canvas. Claude Gellce 
(called Claude Lorrain), French. W. 137 cm. 46.73 

Landscape with Hunting Figures. Canvas. Gaspard 
Dughet, French, 1615-1675. W. 175.2 cm. 70.30 

Landscape with Cattle. Pen and brown ink and ink wash. 
Claude Gelle'e (called Claude Lorrain), French, 1600-1682. 
W. 40.1 cm. 28.15 

Landscape with Rest on the Flight into Fgypt. Canvas. 
Claude Gellee (called Claude Lorrain), French, 
1600-1682. H. 205 cm. 62.151 


Head of a Philosopher. Marble. 
Dated 1662. Pierre Puget, French. 
H. 39.4 cm* 69.121 

The Blessed Alessandro Sauli. 
Terracotta. Ca. 1665-1667. 
Pierre Puget, French. H. 69.7 cm. 

The Tree of Christ. Black chalk. 
Laurent de la Hyre, French, 1606/16 
1656/8. W. 46,4 cm. 72.98 

The Kiss of Peace and Justice. 1654. Canvas. Laurent 
de la Hyre, French. W. 76.2 cm. 71.102 

Rest on the Flight into Egypt. Panel, Simon Vouet, 
French, 1590-1649, W. 45,7 cm, 73.32 


Ebony Cabinet. Wood, metal, and tortoise shell. Ca. 1690. Attr. to 
Andre-Charles Boulle, French, Paris. H. 101.3 cm. 49.539 

Gaming Table. Wood and ivory marquetry. Northern Italy 
or Southern Germany, ca. 1730. H. 77.7 cm. 53.284 

Pier Glass with Frame (Trumeauj. 
Carved and gilded wood. France, 
ca. 1715. H. approx. 242.8 cm. 

Armchair. Oak. France, ca. 1715- 
1725. H. 116.8 cm. 25.1219 

Clock. Tortoise shell and brass 
inlay, gilt bronze. Ca. 1695. 
Andre-Charles Boulle, French, 
Paris. H. 113.7 cm. 67.153 


Vase. Soft paste porcelain. France, 
Rouen, Poterat Factory (?), ca. 1680. 
H. 21.6 cm. 47.63 

Study for the Romancer. Red and 
black chalk. Jean Antoine Watteau, 
French, 1684-1721. H. 35 cm. 

Portrait of Card i nai Du bo is. Dated 
1723. Canvas. Hyadnthe Rigaud, 
French.IF 146.7 cm. 67.17 

The Elements: Air. Tapestry, silk, 
wool, and cotton. France, Paris, 
Gobelin Factory, 1 8th centurv. 

H. 353 cm. 42.495 

Spring. Savonnerie panel, Ghiordes 
knot, silk and wool. France, Paris, 
Savonnerie Factory, 18th century. 
H. 139.8 cm. 52.14 

The Swing* Canvas. Nicolas Lancret, 
French, 1690-1743. H. 151.1 cm. 


The Minuet in a Pavilion. Canvas. 
Jean Baptiste Pater, French, 1695- 
1736. H. 55.3 cm. 38.392 

Seated Chinese with Pot. Soft paste 
porcelain. France, Chantilly, ca. 
1740. H. 17,2 cm, 47.62 

Cachepot. Soft paste porcelain. 
France, Paris, Villcroy Factory, 
ca. 1735-1740. D. 19.4 cm. 47.60 

Pan and Syrinx. Dated 1720. Canvas. Jean-Fran^ois de 
Troy, French. W. 139 cm. 73.212 

Portrait of Anne Louis Goislard de Montsabert, 
Comte de Richebourgde ToureiL Dated 1734. 
Canvas, Nicolas de Largillierre, French. 

H. 80.7 cm. 70.31 


Portrait of Jean* Gabriel de la Porte du Theil 
Canvas. Ca. 1739/40. Jacques-Andre-Joseph-Carnelot 
Aved, French. H. 124.5 cm, 64.89 

The Fountain . Red, black, and white 
chalk, Franpois Boucher, French, 
1703-1770. H. 38.1 cm. 52.529 

Cupids in Conspiracy. Canvas. Fran po is Boucher, 
French, 1703-1770, W. 123.8 cm. 48.182 

Tureen, Silver. 1735-1738. Juste-Aurele Meissonnier, French, 
L, (tureen) 35 cm., (stand) 45 cm. 77.182 


Still Life with Herrings, Canvas, 
Jean-Baptiste Simeon Chardin, French, 
16994779. H. 41 cm. 74,1 

Hare and Leg of Lamb > Dated 1742. Canvas, Jean- 
Baptiste Oudry, French. H. 73.4 cm. 69.53 

Chinese Fair, Tapestry, silk and wool. France, 
Beauvais, 1 8th century. Design by Francois Boucher, 
1743; cartoon by Jean Joseph Dumont. H. 322,8 cm, 

The Flute Flayer , Tapestry, silk and wool. France, 
Beauvais, 18th century. Design by Francois Boucher, 
1755. H. 363.5 cm. 42.822 


Mile. De Savigny. Canvas. Ca. 1748. 
Jean Marc Nattier, French. 

H. 81.9 cm. 48.183 

Madame de Pompadour as Diana. 
Dated 1752. Canvas. Jean Marc 
Nattier, French. H. 100.4 cm. 

La Marquise d’Aiguirandes. Dated 
1759. Canvas. Francois Hubert 
Drouais, French. H. 101 cm. 

Carpet. Wool. France, Paris, Savonneric Factory, 
ca. 1750. H. 6 m. 10 cm. 50.8 


Microscope . Gilt bronze. 
France, mid-lSth century. 
H. 27,9 cm, 74.15 

Gilt Bronze Clock. France, ca. 1750. Wall Clock. Gilt bronze. France, 

H. 93 cm. 51.550 ca. 1750-1760. H. 116.8 cm. 


Tall Clock (Regulateur). Boulle Commode. Oak, tulipwood marquetry with gilt bronze mounts. Ca. 1750. 

marquetry with gilt bronze mounts. Attr. to Jacques-Pierre Latz, French, Paris. H. 156.5 cm. 42.497 

1744. Jacques-Pierre Latz, French 
Paris. H. 261.5 cm. 49.200 


Pair of Fire Dogs. Gilt bronze. 1752. Jacques Cafficri, French, Paris. 
H. 44.2 cm. 42.799,42.800 

Porcelain Vase. Germany, Meissen, 
1749. Gilt bronze mounts: France, 
Paris, ca. 1750. H. 31.1 cm. 


Pair of Parrots. Porcelain. Ca. 1740. Modeled by Johann Joachim 
Kaendler, German* Meissen. Pair of Candelabra. Gilt bronze. France, 
Paris, ca. 1750. H. 18.9 cm. 38.305-38.308 



Monkey on a Dog. Soft-paste 
porcelain, France, Mennecy, 
mid-18th century, H* 15*9 cm. 

Covered Bowl Soft paste porcelain 
France, Vincennes, ca. 1745. 

H. 15.3 cm. 44.225 

Tureen, Soft paste porcelain, 
France, Vincennes, ca. 1752. 
H. 25.7 cm. 52.3 

Bust of a Woman. Terra cotta, 

Jean Baptiste Lemoyne II, French, 
1704-1778. H. 63.5 cm. 52.566 

Laban Cherchant ses Diettx. Canvas, Ca. 1753* 
Gabriel de Saint-Aubin, French* W. 55 cm. 


Fete in a Park with Costumed Dancers. Ink, ink and 
water-color washes, over pencil indications. Ca. 1760- 
1765. Gabriel de Saint-Aubin, French. W. 31.3 cm. 

Six Miniatures. Gouache on card. 
1753. Louis Nicholas van Blarnberghe, 
French. Box. Gold. 1753-1754. Jean 
Charles Ducrollay, French, Paris. 

H. 3.4 cm. 57.412 

Candelabrum. Gilt bronze. Attr. 
to Jean Joseph dc Saint-Germain, 
French, Paris, 1720-1791. 

H. 72.4 cm. 46.81 

Candelabrum. Silver. 1758. 
Franpois Thomas Germain, French, 
Paris. H. 38.1 cm. 40.14 

Cachepot. Faience. France, 
Marseilles, Robert Factory, ca. 
1765. H. 17.8 cm. 62.379 


Tureen , Soft paste porcelain. France, Vineennes-S£vres, 
1756. H* 24*2 cm. 49*15 

Tureen with Platter Soft paste porcelain. France, 
S£vres, 1757, Tureen: H. 24.2 cm. Platter: 

L* 40.6 cm. 53.25 

Covered Bowl. Faience. France, 
Saint-Clement, ca. 1775. H. 13.4 cm. 

Tureen. Faience. France, Strasbourg, ca, 1750. 
Tureen: H. 21.2 cm. Platter: L. 38*6 cm. 76.52 


Table-Desk (Bureau Plat). Wood marquetry with gilt 
bronze mounts. Ca, 1750. Bernard van Risen Burgh II, 
French, Paris. H. 74.9 cm. 44,123 

Table-Desk (Bureau Plat). Wood marquetry with gilt 
bronze mounts. Ca. 1750. Jacques Dubois, French, 
Paris. H. 80 cm. 42.591 

Straw Marquetry Desk. France, 3rd quarter 18th century. 
H. 97.2 cm. 42.40 


Morpheus or Allegory of Sleep. Canvas. France, 18th century. W. 130 cm. Young Boy Dressed in a Red'Lined 

63.502 Cloak (The Artist’s Son?). Canvas. 

Ca. 1789. Jean Honore' Fragonard, 
French. H. 21 cm. 42.49 

Roman Ruins, Villa Pamfili. Dated 1774. Pen and brown 
ink; blue, gray, and red-brown water color. Hubert 
Robert, French. W. 44.5 cm. 51.485 

Invocation to Love. Pen and brown ink and ink wash. 
Jean Honore' Fragonard, French, 1732-1806. W. 41.6 cm 


The Grotto of Posillipo with Imaginary Architecture, 
Canvas. Ca. 1769. Hubert Robert, French, H. 109.2 cm. 

Interior of the Colonnade of St. Peter’s at the Time 
of the Conclave. Canvas. Ca, 1769, Hubert Robert, 
French, H, 109.2 cm, 76.97 

Landscape with Shepherds . Pastel and gouache on prepared 
fabric. Dated 1779, Jean PiHcment, French. W. 61 cm, 


View of Rome. Paper mounted on pulp board. Pierre 
Henri de Valenciennes, French, 1750-1819. W, 38.9 cm. 


Textile Panel. Lampas weave. Young Girl Terra cotta. Claude 

brocaded and embroidered, silk. Michel (called Clodion), French, 

France, Lyon, design by Jean 1738-1814. H. 45.1 cm. 42.50 

Demosthene Dugourc, ca. 1790. 

Over-all: H. 237 cm. Detail: 

H. 131 cm. 35.237 

Chest of Drawers with Panels of Oriental Lacquer. Ebony veneer. 

Japanese lacquer panels, gilt-bronze mounts. Rene Dubois, French, Paris, 
1737-1799. H. 86.9 cm. 44.113 

Satyress and Child. Terra cotta. 

1803. Claude Michel (called Clodion), 
French. D. 30.8 cm. 63.251 

Armchair (one of a pair). Carved 
and gilded wood. Jacques-Jean- 
Baptiste Tilliard (called Jean 
Baptiste II Tilliard), French, Paris, 
active 1752-1797. H. 102.5 cm. 27.424 


Candelabrum , Bronze and gilt bronze 
with marble base. Ca. 1785. Claude 
Michel, called Clodion, French. 

H. 160.3 cm. 44.125 

Candelabrum , Bronze, gilt bronze, 
and gray marble. Ca. 1785. Claude 
Michel, called Clodion, French. 

H. 92.1 cm. 42.59 

Fire Dog (one of a pair). Gilt 
bronze. France, ca, 1785. 

H. 46.3 cm. 44.126 

Table. Mahogany, with gilt-bronze mounts and white 
marble top. Ca. 1785. Adam Weisweiler, French, Paris. 
H. 91.5 cm. 22.73 

Boudoir from the Hotel d Hocqueville, Carved and 
painted wood with plaster ceiling and ornamental 
reliefs. Ca. 1785. France, Rouen. H. 4.09 m. 



Work Table. Wood marquetry with 
gilt-bronze mounts. Sevres porcelain 
top. Martin Carlin, French, Paris, 
active 1766-1785. H. 77.5 cm. 42.594 

Six Miniatures Mounted in Oval Box. 
Gouache miniatures mounted in gold 
and enamel. Dated 1779-1780(7). 
Pierre Marie Gault de Saint-Germain, 
French, Paris. H. 3.4 cm. 57.409 

Armchair (one of a pair). Carved 
and partially gilded boxwood. 
Nicholas-Denis Delaiscment, French, 
Paris, act. 1776-after 1792. 

H. 98.1 cm. 44.110 

Stool. Made for Marie Antoinette’s 
game room at Compiegne, but used at 
Fontainbleu. Carved and gilded wood. 
1786-1787. Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sene, 
French, Paris. H. 44.7 cm. 54.385 

Chair (one of a set of four). 

Carved, painted and gilded wood with 
Beauvais tapestry covers. Ca. 1780. 
Georges Jacob, French, Paris. 

H. 90.5 cm. 42.75 


Tureen and Platter Silver. 1798-1809. Henri 
Auguste, French, Paris. Tureen: H. 26.2 cm. 
Platter: D. 49.2 cm. 52.592 

Ecuelle. Porcelain. France, Se'vres, 1795, decorations 
by Dodin (1734-1802). Plate: D. 23.5 cm. 

Bowl: D. 19.5 cm. 71.64 

Small Writing Table. Wood marquetry 
with gilt-bronze mounts. Jcan- 
Francois Leleu, French, Paris, 
active 1764-1792. H. 73.7 cm. 


Armchair (one of a set). Carved and 
painted wood, covered in Aubusson 
tapestry after a design by Huet. 

Ca. 1785. Henri Jacob, French, 
Paris. H. 96.5 cm. 42.30 

Rectangular Box. Enamel on gold 
France, Paris, 1768-1769 (?). 

H. 4.5 cm. 57.410 


Monteith. Silver gilt. Dated 1715-1716. Benjamin 
Pyne, English. H. 27 cm. 65.467 

The Ladies Amabel and Mary Jemima Yorke. Canvas. 
Painted 1761. Sir Joshua Reynolds, English. 

H. 195.5 cm. 42.645 

Tea Caddy. Silver gilt. 1741-1742. 
Paul de Lamerie, English, London. 
H. 13.3 cm. 43.179 

Punch Bowl. Soft paste porcelain. England, Worcester, 
ca. 1770. D. 27.6 cm. 38.331 


Study for the Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Siddons. Black 
chalk. Thomas Gainsborough, English, 1737-1788. 
H. 46.6 cm. 76.6 

Scene with a Road Winding Through a Wood. Pen and 
brown ink and gray wash. Thomas Gainsborough, English, 
1727-1788. W. 25.1 cm. 29.547 

George Pitt ; First Lord Rivers (1721-1803). Canvas. 
Painted late 1768 or early 1769. Thomas Gainsborough, 
English. H. 234.3 cm. 71.2 


Young Man in Blue. Dated 1778. 
On Ivory. John Smart, English. 
H. 3.5 cm. 40.1219 

Woman Standing Among the Friars. Pencil and ink washes. 
John Brown, Scottish, 1752-1787. W. 36.9 cm. 69.28 

A Storm Behind the Isle of Wight. Canvas. Julius 
Caesar Ibbetson, English, 1759-1817. W. 67.5 cm. 


Marble Mantel England, late 18th century. Centerpiece. Silver. 1808-1809. Paul Storr, English, 

H. 152.4 cm. 44.471 London. H. 66.1 cm. 43.189 

Lady Louisa Manners, later Countess 
of Dysart, as Juno. Canvas. Sir 
Thomas Lawrence, English, 1769- 
1830. H. 255.3 cm. 61.220 

General Duncan Campbell. Canvas. 
Ca. 1806. Sir Henry Raeburn, 
English. H. 76.2 cm. 47.266 

The Daughters of Colonel Thomas 
Carteret Hardy. Canvas. Painted 
1801. Sir Thomas Lawrence, English. 
H. 129 cm. 42.642 


Teapot. Silver. Nathaniel Hurd, American, Boston, Spoon. Silver. 1661. John Hull 

1729-1777. H. 14.6 cm. 40.228 and Robert Sanderson, American, 

Boston. L. 15.9 cm. 40.214 

Tankard. Silver. Edward Winslow, Brazier. Silver with wood handle and feet. John 

American, Boston, 1669-1753. Potwine, American, Boston, 1698-1792. H. 8.2 cm. 

H. 19 cm. 40.283 40.248 


Portrait of Charles Apthorp. Dated 1748. Canvas, 
Robert Feke, American, ca. 1705-ca, 1750. H. 127 cm, 

Portrait of Mrs. Thomas Bui finch. 
Canvas. Ca. 1733. John Smlbert, 
American. H. 75.5 cm. 3919.20 

Plate. From a service made for Samuel Shaw. Porcelain. 
Ca. 1790* China, made for the American market. 

D. 19,7 cm. 61.178 


Portrait of Nathaniel Hurd Canvas. Ca. 1765. 

John Singleton Copley, American. H. 76.2 cm, 15.534 

Portrait of Mrs . John Greene. Dated 1769. Canvas. 

John Singleton Copley, American. H, 125.5 cm. 15.527 

Mrs. West and Her Son Raphael. Canvas. Ca. 1770, 
Benjamin West, American. W. 89.5 cm. 27.393 

A Hussar Officer on Horseback. 

Black and white chalk on blue paper. 
John Singleton Copley, American, 
17374815. 11. 27.5 cm. 50.216 


Portrait of George Washington. Canvas. Ca. 1790. 
Joseph Wright, American. H. 53.3 cm. 2553.21 

George Washington at the Battle of Princeton. Canvas. 
Ca. 1779-1780. Charles Willson Peale, American. 

H. 132 cm. 17.946 

Portrait of Mrs. John Thomson 
Mason . Canvas. Ca. 1803. Gilbert 
Stuart, American. H. 72.4 cm. 

Plate. From a service made for Samuel Shaw. Porcelain. 
Ca. 1790. China, made for the American market. 

D. 19.7 cm. 61.178 


Captain Jean T. David. Dated 1813. Canvas. Thomas 
Sully, American. H. 89.5 cm. 16.1979 

Portrait of Samuel Williams. Canvas. Ca. 1818. 
Washington Allston, American. H. 142.2 cm. 65.474 

Chair. From a set of furniture Pair of Spurs. Silver. Paul Revere, Jr., American, 

made for the Derby family, Salem. Boston, 1735-1818. W. 11.4 cm. 40.252, 40.253 

Carved mahogany with ebony feet. 

Attr. to Samuel Mclntire, American, 

Salem, 1757-1811. H. 97.1 cm. 62.125 


Sofa. Wood. America, New York, Empire Style, ca. 1820. L. 195.6 cm. 

Front Doorway. From the Isaac Gillet House, Painesville, 
Ohio. Carved and painted wood, glass, and metal. 
Designed by Jonathon Goldsmith, American, Ohio, 1783- 
1847. H. approx. 292.5 cm. 59.342 


Cupid and Psyche. Dated 1817. Canvas. Jacques Louis David, French. Madame Dugazon as Andromache. 

W. 241.6 cm. 62.37 Canvas. Ca. 1783. Jacques Louis 

David, French. H. 52 cm. 52.542 

Lateral panels for the “Bataille des Pyramides”: Self-Portrait. Canvas. Louis-Lie Perin-Salbreux, 

General Kleber (left) and Native Family (right). French, 1753-1817. H. 63.2 cm. 61.334 

Canvas. Baron Antoine-Jean Gros, French, 1771-1835. 

H. 304.8 cm. each. 72.17,72.18 


Portrait of Comte Jean-Antoine 
Chaptal Canvas, Dated 1824. 
Baron Antoine-Jean Gros, French, 
H. 136,5 cm. 64,54 

Study of a Nude Woman* Seated 
Looking to the Right. Black and 
white chalk on blue paper, Pierre 
Paul PrucThon, French, 1 758-1823 
H. 61.9 cm. 61.318 

Fowling Piece (detail). Steel, 
partially gilt, silver, walnut. 

Ca. 1809, Le Page, French, Paris. 
Total L, 116.5 cm, 66.433 

Flower Stand. Wood and gilt bronze. 
Ca. 1800. Mounts made by Pierre 
Philippe Thomire, French. 

H. 104.2 cm. 60.94 

Terpsichore. Marble. Dated 1816 
Antonio Canova, Italian. 

H. 177,5 cm, 68.212 


Portrait of Madame Raoul- Pochette. Odalisque. Canvas. France, 19th century. W. 92 cm. 

Dated 1830. Pencil. Jean Auguste 39.63 

Dominique Ingres, French. 

H. 32.2 cm. 27.437 

Antiochus and Stratonice. Canvas. Painted 1834. Pasture Rose (Rosa Carolina 

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, French. W. 63.5 cm. Corymbosa). Water color on vellum. 

13 Pierre Joseph Redoute, French, 

1759-1840. H. 39.1 cm. 59.15 


Greek Pirates Attacking a Turkish Vessel. Dated 1827. 
Canvas. Eugene Louis Gabriel Isabey, French. W. 74.2 cm- 

Portrait of Comte Paiatiano in the Costume of a 
Palikare, Canvas. Ca, 1826 or 1827. Eugene Delacroix, 
French. H. 40.7 cm. 73,33 

Mile . Julie de la Bout rave. 
Canvas. 1834. Eugene Delacroix, 
French. R 73 cm. 62.3 

The Curious One (Le Curieuxf Paper on canvas. 
Dated 1823, Antoine-Pierre Mongin, French^ 

PL 43.5 cm, 77,116 


Halt of the Greek Cavaliers. Dated 1858. Canvas. Armored Figure on Horseback. Pencil and sepia wash. 

Eugene Delacroix, French. W. 61 cm. 16.1032 Eugene Delacroix, French, 1798-1863. W. 39.8 cm. 33.418 

Fighting Horses. Pencil and brown, blue, and black 
washes. Theodore Gericault, French, 1791-1824. 
W, 29,5 cm. 29,13 

Wild Horse. Dated 1828. Lithograph, 
state I/II. Eugdne Delacroix, French. 
H, 34.3 cm. 41.214 


The Rotnan Campagna. Canvas. 1826/27. Jean Baptiste Camille Corot. Duchess of Ragusa. Dated 1818. 

French. W. 135.2 cm. 63.91 On vellum. Jean-Baptiste Isabey, 

French. H. 12.7 cm. 42.1146 

Return from the Fields. Canvas. Jean-Franyois Millet, 
French, 1814-1875. H. 45.7 cm. 72.19 

Landscape with Satyr. Canvas. Dated 1841. Celestin 
Nanteuil, French. W. 130.5 cm. 77.125 


Burning of the Houses of Parliament, 1834. Painted 
1835. Joseph Mallord William Turner, English- 
W. 123.2 cm. 42.647 

The Eve of the Deluge . Dated 1848. Canvas. John Linneil, Sr., 
English. W, 223.5 cm. 72.119 

Fluelen-Lake of Lucerne. Water color. Joseph Mai lord 
William Turner, English, 1775-1851. W. 47.6 cm. 54.129 

Branch Hill Pond , Hampstead Heath. Canvas. John 
Constable, English, 1776-1837. W. 78 cm. 72.48 


Ville-d’Avray. A Peasant Cutting Reeds in a Swamp . Coast near Villerville. Dated 1855. Canvas. Charles 

Canvas. Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, French, 1796- Francois Daubigny, French. W. 116 cm. 51.323 

1875. W. 99 cm. 44.80 

Saint Etienne-du-Mont. Etching, 
state I/VIII. 1852. Charles 
Meryon, French. H. 25.1 cm. 55.528 

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Connoisseurs. Charcoal, pencil, and 
water color. Honors Victorin Daumier, 
French, 1808-1879. H. 26.2 cm. 

The Troubadour. Canvas, I Ion ore 
Victorin Daumier, French, 1808*1879. 
H. 83.2 cm. 58.23 

Bust of a Lady , Terra cotta. Dated 
1875. Jules Dalou, French. 

H. 61,6 cm, 67.31 

Madame Lame Borreau (La Dame au Chapeau noirf Dated 1863. Bust of a Lady , Marble. Dated 1872. Jean-Baptiste 
Canvas, Gustave Courbet, French, H. 81 cm, 62.2 Carpeaux, French, H. 83.2 cm. 75.5 


Landscape. Black chalk* Gustave Courbet, French, 
1819-1877, W. 52,6 cm. 76,18 

Grand Panorama of the Alps with the Dents du Midi 
Canvas. Ca. 1875. Gustave Courbet, French. 

W. 209 cm. 64.420 

Portrait of Berthe Morisot, Oil on 
canvas. Ca, 1869. Edouard Manet, 
French. H* 73,6 cm, 58.34 

Mile. Claire Campbell Pastel, 
1875. Edouard Manet, French, 
H, 56.9 cm, 56.718 

Portrait of Madame Henry Lerolle. Dated 
1882. Canvas. Henri Fantin-Latour, French 
H. 108.6 cm. 69.54 


Summer, Dated 1891. Canvas. Pierre Puvis dc Chavannes, Blacksmiths* Canvas. Ca, 1873/85. Charles- 

French. W. 232.5 cm. 16J056 Emile Jacque, French. H. 116.8 cm. 73.184 

Mother and Children Dated 1879. 
Canvas. William Adolphe Bouguercau, 
French. R 164.5 cm. 432.15 

Madame Henry Lerotle and Daughter 
Yvonne. Painted 1879-1880, Canvas. 
Albert Besnard* French. H. 165.1 cm. 

The Little Milkmaid. Canvas. 
Theodulc Ribot, French, 1823-1891 
H. 46.3 cm. 73.31 


Study for an Angel Blowing a Trumpet , Black chalk. 
Ca. 1857. Hilaire-Germain Edgar Degas, French* 

W. 54.2 cm* 76*130 

Boats. Oil on canvas, 1873. 

Edouard Manet, French. W, 55.9 cm, 

Portrait of the Duchess of 
Montejasi-Cicerale. Oil on canvas. 
1868. Hilaire-Germain Edgar Degas, 
French, H, 48.9 cm* 58.28 

Portrait of Diego Martelli Charcoal 
and white chalk on brown paper, 
1879* Hilaire-Germain Edgar Degas, 
French. H. 44 cm. 53.268 

Dancer, Bronze. 1896-1897. 
Hilaire-Germain Edgar Degas, French. 
H. 45.7 cm, 2028.47 


Ballet Girls. Pastel on paper. Frieze of Dancers. Oil on canvas. Ca. 1883. Hilaire-Germain Edgar Degas, 

pasted on cardboard. 1897. French. W. 200.6 cm. 46.83 

Hilaire-Germain Edgar Degas, French. 

H. 55.3 cm. 16.1043 

Race Horses. Pastel on cardboard. Ca. 1873-1875. 
Hilaire-Germain Edgar Degas, French. W. 65.4 cm. 

Esterel Village. Monotype. Hilaire-Germain Edgar 
Degas, French, 1834-1917. W. 39.9 cm. 66.177 


Mile. Romaine Lacaux. Dated 1864. Oil on canvas. 
Pierre Auguste Renoir, French. H. 81 cm. 42.1065 

The Artist’s Sister, Mme. Pontillon, Seated on the 
Grass. Oil on canvas. 1873. Berthe Morisot, French 
W. 72.4 cm. 50.89 

Le Fond de THermitage. Dated 1879. Oil on canvas. Camille Pissarro, 
French. W. 163.2 cm. 51.356 

The Cow/terdess, Eragny. Charcoal. 
Camille Pissarro, French, 1830-1903. 
H. 39.3 cm. 2609.47 


Spring Flowers. Dated 1864. Oil on canvas. 

Claude Oscar Monet, French. H. 116.9 cm. 53.155 

Low Tide at Pourville near Dieppe Dated 1882. 

Oil on canvas. Claude Oscar Monet, French. W. 81.3 cm. 

Im Capeline Rouge-Madame Monet. Oil on canvas. 
Ca. 1870. Claude Oscar Monet, French. H. 100.3 cm. 

Antibes. Oil on canvas. 1888. Claude Oscar Monet, 
French. W. 91.4 cm. 16.1044 


Portrait of a Woman (Meditation?). Oil on canvas. 
Ca. 1891. Edmond Francois Aman-Jean, French. 
W. 89.9 cm. 72.120 

Saint-Mammes, Loing Canal. Dated 1885. Oil on canvas. 
Alfred Sisley, French. W. 53.3 cm. 61.262 

The Age of Bronze. Bronze. 1876. 
Auguste Rodin, French. H. 180.8 cm. 

William E. Henley. Bronze. 1882. 
Auguste Rodin, French. H. 41.6 cm. 

The Jewish Boy. Wax. 1892-1893. 
Medardo Rosso, Italian. H. 22.3 cm. 


The Judgment of Paris. Bronze. 1914. Pierre Auguste Madame C Oil on canvas. Ca. 1880* Eugene 

Renoir (and Richard Gum o h French* H* 74.3 cm* 41,591 Carriere, French* W. 46 cm. 67*1 26 


Young Woman Arranging Her Earrings. 
Oil on canvas. 1905. 

Pierre Auguste Renoir, French. 

H. 55.3 cm. 51.324 

Siesta. Red chalk. Pierre Auguste 
Renoir, French, 1841-1919. 

H. 30.9 cm. 49.551 

The Pigeon Tower at Bellevue. Oil on canvas. Ca. 1894-1896. 
Paul Ce'zannc, French. W. 80 cm. 36.19 

The Brook. Oil on canvas. Ca. 1898-1900. Paul Cezanne, French. 
H. 80.7 cm. 58.20 


La Montague Sainte- Victoire. Oil on canvas. 

Ca. 1894-1900. Paul Cezanne, French. W, 92.1 cm. 

The Bathers (small plate). Lithograph printed in colors. 
Paul Cezanne, French, 1839-1906. W. 29 cm. 63.598 

Water Lilies , Oil on canvas. Ca. 1919-1922. Claude Oscar Monet, French. 
W, 425.5 cm* 60.81 


Mademoiselle Ravoux. Oil on canvas. 1890. 

Vincent van Gogh, Dutch (French School). Sq. 50.2 cm. 

Poplars on a Hill Oil on canvas. 1889. 

Vincent van Gogh, Dutch (French School). H. 61 cm. 


The Road Menders at Arles. Oil on canvas. 1889. 
Vincent van Gogh, Dutch (French School). W. 92.1 cm. 

Rodin Working the Gates of Hell. 
Bronze. 1910. Emile Antoine 
Bourdelle, French. H. 68.3 cm. 


May Belfort. Oil on cardboard. 
1895. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 
French. H. 62.9 cm. 58.54 

The Laundress. Brush and black 
ink, heightened with white 
on scratchboard. 1888. 

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, French 
H. 76.2 cm. 52.113 

Monsieur Boileau at the Cafe. Gouache on cardboard. 
1893. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, French. H. 80 cm. 

The Jockey. Dated 1899. Lithograph. 
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, French. 
H. 51.8 cm. 67.234 


Banks of the Seine at Suresnes. Oil on panel. 1883. 
Georges Seurat, French. W. 26.5 cm. 58.51 

Cafe Concert. Conte crayon with 
touches of white. Georges Seurat, 
French, 1859-1891. H. 30.8 cm. 

L’appel (The Call). Dated 1902. Oil on canvas. 
Paul Gauguin, French. H. 130.2 cm. 43.392 

Head of a Tahitian Woman. Pencil. 
Paul Gauguin, French, 1848-1903. 
H. 30.6 cm. 49.439 


Vase of Rowers . Oil on canvas. Ca. 1905. 
Odilon Redon, French. H. 73 cm. 35.233 

Portrait of Mademoiselle Violette Heymann. Dated 1910. 
Pastel. Odilon Redon, French. W. 92.5 cm. 1976.26 

Orpheus. Pastel. Painted after 1913. 
Odilon Redon, French. H. 69.8 cm. 26.25 

Closed Eyes. Lithograph. Odilon 
Redon, French, 1840-1916. 

H. 31.7 cm. 27.306 


The Cafe Wepler. Oil on canvas. Ca. 1905. 
Edouard Vuillard, French. W. 103.2 cm. 50.90 

The Slopes of the Bay, Beg-ar-Fry. Dated 1895. 
Oil on canvas. Maxime Maufra, French. W. 60 cm. 

La Porte de Saint-Cloud. Dated 1904. Oil on canvas. 
Pierre Albert Marquet, French. W. 81.3 cm. 61.263 

Under the Trees. Dated 1894. 

Tempera on canvas. Edouard Vuillard, 
French. H. 214.6 cm. 53.212 


La Terrasse de Cafe ’ Oil on cardboard. 1898. 
Pierre Bonnard, French. W. 48 cm. 76.148 

Cabinet. Wood marquetry with metal mounts. Ca. 1910. 
Louis Majorelle, French. Approx. W. 162.6 cm. 


The Dessert. Oil on canvas. 1921. Pierre Bonnard, 
French. W. 80 cm. 49.18 


Easter Egg. Lapis lazuli, gold, pearls, rubies, 
diamonds, enamel. Late 19th-early 20th century. 
Firm of Carl Faberge, Russian, St. Petersburg. 

H. 5.9 cm. 66.436 

Miniature Bidet. Gold, jade, 
enamel, and pearls. Made after 1903. 
Firm of Carl Faberge; Henrik Wigstrom, 
workmaster, Russian, St. Petersburg. 

H. 8.3 cm. 66.455 


View of Florence from San Miniato * Canvas* 1837. 
Thomas Cole, American. W. 160.3 cm* 61.39 

Schroon Mountain, The Adirondack Dated 1838. Canvas. 
Thomas Cole, American, W. 160 cm. 1335,17 

View Near Newport. Canvas* Ca. 1860. 
John Frederick Kensett, American* 

W* 55.9 cm. 46*255 

October Day in the White Mountains, Dated 1854. 
Canvas* John Frederick Kensett, American* W* 122*9 cm. 


Twilight in the Wilderness. Dated 
1860. Canvas. Frederic Edwin 
Church, American, W. 162,6 cm, 

Point Judith, Rhode Island. Canvas. Ca. 1867/8. 
Martin Johnson Heade, American. W. 128 cm. 70.161 

Portrait of Geneo Scott . Dated 1859. Canvas, Eastman 
Johnson, American. W. 127 cm, 54.475 

A Home in the Wilderness. Dated 1866. Canvas. Sanford 
Robinson Gifford, American. W. 77.5 cm. 70.162 


The Venetian Girl. Canvas. Frank 
Duveneck, American, 1848-1919. 
H. 86.4 cm. 22.173 

The Balcony. Etching, state I/XI. 
James McNeill Whistler, American, 
1834-1903. H. 29.5 cm. 40.1088 

The Devil and Tom Walker. Dated 1856. Canvas. 
John Quidor, American. W. 87.3 cm. 67.18 

Approaching Storm from the Alban Hills. Dated 187 [?]. 
Canvas. George Inness, American. W. 113 cm. 27.396 


The Boat Builder. Canvas. John George 
Brown, American, 1831-1913. W. 101.6 cin. 

The Clambake. Dated 1873. Water color. Winslow 
Homer, American. W. 35.3 cm. 45.229 

The Briar wood Pipe . Dated 1864. Canvas. 
Winslow Homer, American. H. 42.9 cm. 44.524 

Boy with the Anchor: Dated 1873. Water color. 
Winslow Homer, American. W. 34.9 cm. 54.128 


Early Morning After a Storm at Sea. Canvas. 1902. 
Winslow Homer, American. W. 127 cm. 24.195 

Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake. Dated 1873. Capri. Dated 1869. Canvas. William Stanley 

Canvas. Thomas Eakins, American. W. 153 cm. 1984.27 Haseltine, American. W. 80.2 cm. 75.4 


Rishi Calling up a Storm. Water color. John 
La Farge, American, 1835-1910. W. 32.7 cm. 39.267 

Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler. Canvas. 1883. William 
Merritt Chase, American. W. 165.8 21.1239 

The Race Track, or Death on a Pale Horse. Canvas. 

Ca. 1910. Albert Pinkham Ryder, American. W. 89.5 cm. 


After the Bath. Pastel. Ca. 1901. Mary Cassatt, 
American (French School). W. 99.7 cm. 20.379 

Building a Dam, Shetucket. Canvas. 1908. J. Alden Weir, 
American. W. 102.2 cm. 27.171 

The Visitor. Drawing. Mary Cassatt, 
American (French School), 1845-1926. 
H. 40 cm. 66.176 

Fifth Avenue Nocturne. Canvas. 

Ca. 1895. Childe Hassam, American. 
H. 61.2 cm. 52.538 

Vase. Glass. 1915. Louis Comfort 
Tiffany, American. H. 19.9 cm. 


The Drive, Central Park. Canvas, Ca, 1905, 

William J. Glackens, American. W. 81,3 cm. 39.524 

Self-Portrait. Dated 191 (8?). Panel. Abbott 
Handerson Thayer, American. H. 88,9 cm. 70.17 

Windo w, Glass, Ca. 1900-1901. 
Louis Comfort Tiffany, American, 
H. 227,2 cm. 66.432 

May Day t Central Park. Dated 1901. Water color, 
Maurice Prendergast, American, W. 50.2 cm. 26.17 


Card Rack with lack of Hearts . Painted after 1894. Self-Portrait (George Bellows Drawing 

Canvas, John Frederick Peto, American. H. 76,2 cm, on a Stone in His Study}. Lithograph. 

73.30 1921, George Wesley Bellows, 

American. H. 26.7 cm, 35,279 

Stag at Sharkey *s. Canvas, 1907. George Wesley Bellows, 
American, W. 122.5 cm. 1133.22 


Holiday on the Hudson, Canvas. Ca, 1912, 
George Benjamin Luks, American, W, 91.7 cm, 

Still Life , Oil on canvas, Preston Dickinson, 
American, 1891-1930. W. 76.5 cm, 1664.26 

Church Bells Ringing, Rainy Winter Night. Dated 1917, 
Water color on paper, Charles E, Burchfield, American. 
H, 76,2 cm, 49,544 

The Sunflower Arch. Dated 1917, 
Indelible pencil and crayon, 
Charles E, Burchfield, American, 
H. 50,5 cm, 65,461 


Fireworks. Dated 1926. Water color. George Overbury 
(‘‘Pop”) Hart, American. W. 70.5 cm. 38.125 

Woman’s Work. Canvas. John Sloan, American, 1871-1951. 
H. 80.3 cm. 64.160 

Hills, South Truro. Canvas. 1930. Edward Hopper, American. 
W. 109.5 cm. 2647.31 

Rock and Sea, Small Point, Maine. 
Dated 1931. Canvas. John Marin, 
American. W. 71 cm. 56.361 


landscape, New Mexico. Canvas. Marsden Hartley, 
American, 1878-1943. W. 90.8 cm. 30.665 

Hills, South Truro. Canvas. 1930. Edward Hopper, American. 
W. 109.5 cm. 2647.31 

Storm-Frightened Animals. Oil on canvas. 1933. 
Henry G. Keller, American. W. 101.6 cm. 34.56 

Horses in Snow. Water color. Ca. 1933. 

William Sommer. American. W. 54.6 cm. 33.24 


Wounded Scoter, No. 2. Water color on rice paper 
mounted on cloth. 1944. Morris Graves, American. 
W. 75.9 cm. 45.231 

The Vengeance of Hop-Frog. Etching, 
state 11/11. James Ensor, Belgian, 
1860-1949. H. 35.9 cm. 70.38 

Deserted Farm. Canvas. 1943. Max Weber, American. 
W. 123.2 cm. 210.46 

Seated Female Nude. Charcoal. 
Paula Modcrsohn-Bccker, German, 
1876-1907. H. 62.2 cm. 73.35 


Woman with Cape. Oil on canvas. 
Ca. 1901, Pablo Picasso, Spanish 
(French School), H. 73 cm. 58.44 

The Donkey Driver. Dated 1902. 
Pencil, Pablo Picasso, Spanish 
(French School), H. 26.1 cm. 

Two Nude Women. Lithograph, state 
VIII/XVIIL Pablo Picasso, Spanish 
(French School), 1881-1973, 

W. 43 cm, 72*57 

La Vie. Oil on canvas. 1903. 
Pablo Picasso, Spanish (French 
School), H. 196.5 cm, 45.24 

Head of a Boy. Dated 1905 , Gouache 
on composition board fastened to 
panel. Pablo Picasso, Spanish (French 
School), H. 31 cm. 58.43 

Figures in Pink. Oil on canvas, 

1905. Pablo Picasso, Spanish 
(French School), H. 154,3 cm, 58.45 


Fan, Saif Box, Melon. Oil on canvas. 1909, 

Pablo Picasso, Spanish (French School), H, 81,3 cm* 

Bottle, Glass, and Fork. Oil on canvas. 1912. 

Pablo Picasso, Spanish (French School). H. 71.8 cm. 

Harlequin with Violin (Si Tu Veuxj, Oil on canvas. 
1918. Pablo Picasso, Spanish (French School), 

H. 142.2 cm. 75.2 

Still Life with Violin , Collage with gouache and 
charcoal on chipboard. Ca. 1913. Georges Braque, 
French. H. 71.8 cm. 68.196 


The Crystal Vase. Oil on canvas. 1929. Georges Braque, French. 
W. 120.6 cm. 75.82 

Guitar and Bottle of Marc on a Table. 
Oil and sand on canvas. 1930. 

Georges Braque, French. H. 129 cm. 

Amorpha, Fugue for Two Colors II. 
Oil on canvas. 1909-1912. 

Frantisek (Frank) Kupka, 
Czechoslovakian (French School). 
H. 111.7 cm. 69.51 

Detachable Figure (Dancer). Ebony 
and oak. 1915. Jacques Lipchitz, 
American (born in Lithuania). 

H. 98.1cm. 72.367 


Markwippach III. Dated 1916. Charcoal. Lyonel 
Feininger, American. W. 31.5 cm. 63.73 

Houses in Old Paris. Woodcut. 1919. 
Lyonel Feininger, American. 

H. 31.3 cm. 52.27 

Markwippach. Dated 1917. Oil on canvas. 

Lyonel Feininger, American (German School). W. 101 cm. 

The Motor Boat. Dated 1931. Oil on canvas. 

Lyonel Feininger, American (German School). W. 77.5 cm. 


Self Portrait with Hat. Oil on 
canvas. 1919, 

Karl Sch mid t - Rot t luff, German. 
H. 73.3 cm, 65.440 

Wrestlers in a Circus. Oil on canvas. Ca. 1909. 
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, German. W. 94 cm. 66.49 

Melancholia: On the Beach Hand-colored woodcut. 1896. 
Edvard Munch, Norwegian. W. 45 cm. 59.82 

Mountain Landscape with Fir Trees, Pencil and brush and 
India ink. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, German, 1880-1938. 
W. 50.6 cm. 63.86 


Karneval im Schnee (Carnival in the Forest. Painted wood. 1916 (1917 ?). Jean (Hans) Arp, 

Snow). Water color. 1923. Paul Klee, French (Alsatian). W. 50.8 cm. 70.52 

Swiss (German School). H. 26.6 cm. 


Madonna and Child. Pen and ink 
wash. 1943. Henry Spencer Moore, 
English. H. 22.5 cm. 313.47 

Male Torso. Dated 1917. Brass. 
Constantin Brancusi, Roumanian 
(French School). H. 46.7 cm. 

Mother and Child. Bronze. 1929- 
1930. Jacques Lipchitz, American 
(bom in Lithuania). H. 130.2 cm. 


Autumn Landscape ■ Dated 1926, Lithograph printed 
in colors, Emil Nolde, German, W, 80,8 cm, 


Woman and Bird, Dated 1944, Oil 
on canvas. Rufino Tamayo, Mexican. 
H, 106.7 cm. 50.583 


Carnival at Nice. Oil on canvas. Ca. 1923. 
Henri Matisse, French. W. 95.2 cm. 46.444 

Interior with Etruscan Vase. Dated 1940. Oil on 
canvas. Henri Matisse, French. W. 108 cm. 52.153 

Potager a la Brume {Kitchen Garden at Brume), 
Dated 1941. Oil on canvas. Jacques Villon, French. 
W. 92 cm. 64.95 

Constellation: Woman with Blond Armpit Combing Her 
Hair by the Light of the Stars. Oil and gouache on 
paper. 1 940. Joan Miro, Spanish. W. 46 cm. 65.2 


Through the Windshield (La Rome a Villacoublay). 
Oil on canvas, 1917. Henri Matisse, French. 

W. 55.9 cm, 72,225 

The Chrysanthemum , Dated 1906. 
Oil on canvas, Piet Mondrian, 
Dutch, H, 41.6 cm, 58.38 

Untitled (Landscape?j, Oil and pencil on canvas. 1943. 
Arshile Gorky, American. W. 63 5 cm. 63.152 

Composition with Red, Yellow , and Blue. Dated 1927. 
Oil on canvas, Piet Mondrian, Dutch, $q, 51.1 cm. 


Mallanne's Swan. Dated 1944, 
Collage with gouache, crayon, and 
paper on cardboard. 

Robert Motherwell, American, 

H. 110.5 cm. 61.229 

Figure , Oil on cardboard. 1949. 
Willem de Kooning, American (born 
in Holland). H. 46.7 cm. 64.1 

Smaragd Red and Germinating 
Yellow i Dated 1959. Oil on canvas. 
Hans Hofmann, American (born in 
Germany), H. 139.7 cm. 60,57 

Elegy to the Spanish Republic No, L V Oil on canvas. 
1955-1960, Robert Motherwell, American. W, 193.3 cm. 

Red Maroons, Dated 1962, Oil on canvas. Mark Rothko, 
American (born in Russia). W, 205,7 cm. 62,239 


Mandrake. Steel brazed with copper. 1951. Untitled, No . 2 ♦ Dated 1961. Pastel on paper mounted 

Theodore Roszak, American (born in Poland), W, 10L6 cm. on cardboard. Adja Yunkers, American (born in Latvia). 

64.4 W. 175.3 cm. 66.138 

Untitled. Painted metal. 1959. 

John Angus Chamberlain, American. 
H. 82.5 cm. 73.27 

All Whiter Embroidery, mixed wool, 
linen, cotton, and asbestos yarns on 
mohair, Ca. 1954. Mariska Karasz, 
American (born in Hungary). 

H. 171 cm. 54.287 

Composition Circulate. Tempera on 
panel, 1960. Mark Tobey, 

American. D. 17.8 cm. 63.150 


Accent Grave. Oil on canvas. 1955. Franz Kline, Berkeley. Dated 1955, Oil on canvas. 

American. H. 191.1 cm. 67.3 Richard Dicbenkom, American. H. 146 cm. 68.95 

Video. Construction of mixed media. Joseph Cornell, 
American, 1903-1972. W. 36.8 cm. 64.143 


Composition Concrete (Study for 
Mural). Oil on canvas. 1957-1960. 
Stuart Davis, American. 

H. 108.7 cm. 64.2 

Pilgrim Steel. 1957. David Smith, 
American. H. 207 cm. 66.385 

Crest. Oil on canvas. 1958. 

Jack Tworkov, American (born in 
Poland). H. 190.5 cm. 62.33 

First Theme. Oil on canvas. 1963. 
Burgoyne Diller, American. 

H. 228.6 cm. 73.211 

Sleeper I. Oil on canvas. 1958. 
Philip Guston, American (born in 
Canada). W. 193 cm. 61.21 

Woman with Child. White marble. 
1958. Isamu Noguchi, American. 
H. 111.3 cm. 66.48 


Untitled. Acrylic on canvas. 1969. 
Larry Poons, American. H. 342.9 cm. 

Fragmented Figure Construction. 
Welded steel. 1963. Richard Hunt, 
American. H. 143.5 cm. 69.16 

Sky Cathedral-Moon Garden Wall Wood, painted black. Red Blue. Oil on canvas. 1962. Ellsworth Kelly, 

1956-1959. Louise Nevelson, American (born in Russia). American. H. 228.6 cm. 64.142 

H. 217.5 cm. 74.76 


Reconstruction . Dated 1959. 
Encaustic and canvas collage on 
canvas. Jasper Johns, American. 
H. 155 cm. 73.28 

Louis II. Dated 1962. Oil on 
canvas. Richard Lindner, American 
(born in Germany). H. 127 cm. 

Gloria . Oil and paper collage on canvas. 1956. Nyack. Dated 1966-1967. Oil on canvas. 

Robert Rauschenberg, American. H. 168.3 cm. 66.333 Fairfield Porter, American. W. 279.4 cm. 68.3 


Number 99. Acrylic on canvas, 1959, Morris Louis, American. Grey Morning. Stitching, cutwork, 

W, 360.6 cm. 68.110 and applique on wool, 1967. 

Evelyn Svee Ward, American, 

W, 94 cm. 67.201 

Wending Sack. Painted steel, 1969-1970, Anthony Caro, 
English. W. 320 cm. 70.29 

The Red Light. Plaster and mixed media. 1972. 
George Segal, American, H. 289.5 cm, 74.22 


Grey Pilgrim. Acrylic on canvas. New Shoes for H. Acrylic on canvas. 1973-1974. 

1971. Kenneth Noland, American. Don Eddy, American. W. 121.9 cm. 74.53 

H. 240 cm. 72.250 

Omsk Measure II. Acrylic on canvas. 1972. 

Jules Olitski, American (born in Russia). H. 276.3 cm. 

Knight Series OC #7. Oil on canvas. 1975. 

Jack Twoikov, American (born in Poland). H. 228.5 cm. 


Georgia O’Keeffe . Photograph, 
silver print. 1933. Alfred Stieglitz, 
American. H, 24 cm, 35.52 

Colette , Dated 1951. Photograph, silver print. 
Irving Penn, American. H. 55.9 cm. 66J41 

//enri Matisse. Photograph, silver print. 1944. 

Henri Cartier-Bresson, French. W, 35,7 cm. 73.123 

The Black Sun, Tugs ten Hills, Owens Valley, California. 
Photograph, silver print. 1939. Ansel Adams, 

American. W. 46,8 cm. 73.119 


Bijou. Photograph, silver print. 
1932. Brassai (Gyula Hala'sz), 
French (bom in Hungary). 

H. 30.9 cm. 73.121 

Alabama Cotton Tenant Farmer's Wife. 
Photograph, silver print. 1936. 

Walker Evans, American. H. 23.6 cm. 

Beginnings, Frosted Window 
(Rochester, New York). Photograph, 
silver print. 1962. Minor White, 
American. H. 29.5 cm. 74.225 

Untitled (Smokestacks). Photograph, 
silver print. Ca. 1927-1929. 

Margaret Bourke-White, American. 

H. 33.4 cm. 74.215 

Marie Spartali. Photograph, albumen 
print. Ca. 1872. Julia Margaret 
Cameron, English. W. 35.7 cm. 


Funeral Cortege. Dated 1938. 
Photograph, silver print. 

Dorothea Lange, American. H. 28 cm. 

Islamic Gif 


Gold Ewer. Repousse and engraved. 
Iran, Buyid Period, reign of 
Samsam al-Dawla, 985-998. 

H. 12.1 cm, 66.22 

Hitching Post. Limestone, Iran, 
Seljuk Period, 13th century. 

R 62.9 cm, 44,481 

Tombstone. Marble. Iran, Seljuk 
Period, 1110, R 64.5 cm. 50.9 

End of Balustrade. Limestone. Iran, 
Hamadan, Mongol Period, 1304. 

R 66.7 cm. 38.15 

Lion Incense Burner. Bronze, cast 
and engraved, Iran, Seljuk Period, 
12th century. H. 36 cm. 48.308 


Bird-Shaped Vessel. Bronze, cast 
and engraved, with turquoise eyes. 
Iran, Seljuk Period, 12th-l 3th 
century. H. 17.5 cm. 48.458 

Footed Bowl. Bronze, inlaid with 
silver. Iran, Seljuk Period, early 
13th century. H. 11.5 cm. 44.485 

Ewer. Dated 1223. Brass, inlaid 
with silver. Made by Ahmad 
al-Dhaki, al-Naqsh, al-Mawsili, 
Iraq, Mosul. H. 38.1 cm. 56.11 

Tray. Brass, inlaid with silver. 
Syria, mid-13th century. 

D. 54 cm. 45.386 

Candlestick. Brass, inlaid with 
silver and engraved. Syria, 13th 
century. H. 24.8 cm. 51.539 


Box. Bronze, inlaid with gold and 
silver* Syria, 13th century. 

H. 9.9 cm* 44.482 

Pottery Bowl. Luster ware. Egypt, 
Fnstat, 11th century. D* 25.4 cm. 

Bottle. Enameled glass. Egypt or 
Syria, Mamluke Period, 14th century 
H* 44*1 cm* 44.488 

Bowl. Enameled glass. Egypt or Syria, Mamluke Period, 
14th century. D. 31.8 cm* 44*235 

Pottery Bowl. Polychrome painted 
ware. Iran, Nishapur, 10th century* 
D. 28 cm. 56*225 

26 ? 

Pottery Bowl Polychrome painted 
ware. Iran, Nishapur, I Oth century. 
D. 35.6 cm. 59.249 

Pottery Bowl Champlev^ ware. Iran, 
Garruz district, llth-12th century. 
D. 39.2 cm. 38.8 

Pottery Bowl Lakabi ware. Iran, 
11 th-12th century, D. 40.7 cm. 

Pottery Jug. Underglaze 
slip-painted* ware. Iran, 12th 
century. H. 13.4 cm. 47.495 

Pottery Plate. Luster ware. Iran, 
Gurgan, 12th-13th century. 

D. 39.4 cm. 51.289 


Pottery Bottle. Luster ware. Iran, 
Rayy, 12th-13th century. 

H. 35 5 cm. 15.525 

Pottery Wall Tile. Luster ware. 
Iran, Kashan, 1266. H. 203 cm. 

Pottery Beaker Minai ware. Iran, 
Rayy, early 13th century. 

H. 13.8 cm. 17.977 

Pottery Bowl Minai ware. Iran, 
Rayy, early 13th century. 

D. 217 cm. 39.214 

Mihrab and Frieze. Faience mosaic tiles. Iran, Isfahan, 
1st half 16th century. H. 290.8 cm. 62.23 


Tunic Ornament Tapestry weave, 
wool and linen* Egypt, Abbasid 
Period, 2nd half 8th century. 

H* 23.5 cm. 69*38 

Tiraz. Tapestry weave, silk on linen. Egypt, Fatimid 
Period, reign of Mustanzir, 1036-1094. 

Over all: H. 39.3 cm* Detail: H* 15 cm* 50.528 

Textile Panel Tapestry weave, wool and Linen. Egypt, 
Abbasid Period, 1st half 9th century. W* 83 cm. 59.48 


Textile. Tapestiy weave, silk and 
gold on linen, Egypt, Fatimid 
Period, late 11th century, 

H, 16,5 cm, 50,541 

Textile : Block-printed tabby, 
cotton, Egypt, Fatimid Period, 
12th century, H. 17.2 cm, 29.845 

Textile. Tapestry weave, silk and 
linen. Egypt, Fatimid Period, early 
12th century. H. 13 cm. 52,255 

Textile. Lam pas weave, silk and 
gold, Egypt, Mamluk Period, 14th 
century. Over-all: W. Ill cm. 
Detail: H. 70 cm. 39.40 

Textile, Embroidery, silk and gold 
on mulham. Egypt or Sicily, 12th 
century. Overfall: W, 21,6 cm. 
Detail: H. 7.3 cm. 50.533 


Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Abbasid Period, 9th century. 

H. 103.2 cm. 71.23 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Abbasid Period, 9th century. 

H. 46 cm. 71.24 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Abbasid Period, 9th century. 

H. 74.3 cm. 71.25 

Fragment of a Tomb Cover. Compound twill, silk. Iran, 
Buyid Period, AD 998. H. 78.1 cm. 55.52 

Textile. Painted mulham. Iraq 
(Mesopotamia), 10th century. Over-all: 
W. 40 cm. Detail: H. 26.7 cm. 



Tomb Cover. Compound twill, silk. 
Iran, Buyid Period, 10th century. 
H. 210 cm. 54.780 

Part of a Textile Panel. Lampas 
weave, silk. Iran, Buyid Period, 
AD 1003. H. 71 cm. 61.34 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Seljuk Period, late 11th century. 
W. 66 cm. 75.38 

Textile Panel. Lampas weave, silk. 
Iran, Buyid Period, lOth-llth 
century. H. 171 cm. 62.264 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, Buyid Period, 
lOth-llth century. Over-all: W. 44.5 cm. Detail: 
H. 30.5 cm. 50.84 


Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Buyid Period, lOth-llth century. 
Over-all: H. 56.5 cm. 

Detail: H. 26.2 cm. 53.434 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Buyid Period, lOth-llth century. 
H. 60 cm. 68.73 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Seljuk Period, 12th century. 

H. 19.5 cm. 68.223 

Textile. Velvet weave, gold and 
silk. Iran, Safavid Period, 
reign of Shah Tahmasp, 1524-1576. 
H. 70 cm. 48.205 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Iran, 
Herat, Safavid Period, early 16th 
century. H. 83.5 cm. 24.743 


Fragment of a Carpet Senna knot, 
wool and cotton. Iran, Safavid 
Period, 16th century. Over-all: 

W. 185.5 cm. Detail: R 85 cm. 

Carpet Single-waip knot, wool. Spain, Alcarez (?), 
2nd half 15th century. Over-all: H. 480.5 cm. 
Detail: H. 274.5 cm. 52.511 

Carpet Senna knot, wool and cotton, Iran, Herat, 
Safavid Period, 16th century. Over-all: H. 863,5 cm. 
Detail: H, 752 cm, 62.263 

Carpet Senna knot, silk and cotton. Iran, Isfahan, 
Safavid Period, ca. 1600. R 206,5 cm. 26.533 


Textile. Lam pas weave, silk and 
gold, Spain, Almeria, 12th century * 
H. 43.2 cm, 50*146 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk and 
gold, Spain, Almeria, 12th 
century, H, 36,5 cm, 52,15 

Textile. Compound twill, silk. Spain, llth42th 
century. Over-all: W. 102 cm. Detail: H. 52,4 cm, 51,92 

Textile , Compound weave, silk and 
gold, Spain, Almeria, 13th century, 
H, 16.5 cm, 32.137 


Textile. Velvet weave, silk, Iran, 
Safavid Period, 2nd half 16th 
century, H, 31 cm, (as mounted), 
44.499, 44,500 

Textile . Velvet weave, silk and 
gold, Iran, Safavid Period, 17th 
century. H. 155,2 cm, 32.42 

Textile. Velvet weave, silk and 
gold, Iran, Safavid Period, 16th 
century. Over-all: H, 77,5 cm. 
Detail: H, 53.2 cm. 44.239 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk and gold. Iran, Safavid 
Period, 17th century. Over-all: H, 87,5 cm. Detail: 
H. 56 cm. 53.17 


Textile. Tapestry weave, silk and 
gold. Spain, Hispano-Islamic 
Period, 13th century. H. 17.5 cm. 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Spain, 
Granada, 14th century. H. 76.8 cm. 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk and 
gold. Spain, Almeria, 13th century. 
H. 9.9 cm. 42.1077 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk and 
gold. Spain, Granada, 14th 
century. H. 47.6 cm. 39.35 

Textile. Tapestry weave, silk and 
gold. Hispano-Islamic Period, 13th 
century. Over-all: H. 26 cm. 

Detail: H. 6 cm. 28.650 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. Spain, 
Granada, 14th century. Over-all: 

H. 50.8 cm. Detail: H. 40 cm. 40.609 


Illustration from a Manuscript of 
the Automata by Al-Jazari: Device 
for Washing Hands. Miniature 
painting. Iraq, 1315. H. 31.5 cm. 

Three Physicians Preparing Medicines. 
Page from the Arabic translation of 
Dioscorides’ Materia Medica. Dated 
1224. Color on paper. Abdallah ibn 
al-Fadl, Iraqi, 13th century. 

H. 33 cm. 77.91 

Illustration from a Manuscript of the Shahnamah of 
Firdawsi: Bahram Gur Slays a Dragon. Miniature painting. 
Iran, Tabriz School (?), Il-Khanid Period, ca. 1330- 
1340. H. 19.7 cm. 43.658 

Illustration from a Manuscript of 
the Shahnamah of Firdawsi: 
Nushirwan’s Fifth Banquet for 
Buzurdjmir. Miniature painting. 
Iran, Tabriz, Il-Khanid Period, 
ca. 1330-1340. H. 24.2 cm. 59.330 


Double-Page Frontispiece from a Manuscript of the Shahnamah of Firdawsi: 
Courtly Scene. Miniature painting. Iran, Shiraz, Timurid Period, ca. 1440. 

H. 26.7 cm. 45.169, 56.10 

Garden Scene. Miniature painting 
(unfinished). Iran, Herat, Timurid 
Period, style of Bihzad, late 15th 
century. H. 26.4 cm. 44.490 

Illustration from a Manuscript of 
the Shahnamah of Firdawsi: Rustam 
Meets the Challenge of Ashkabus. 
Miniature painting. Turkey, 
Provincial School, ca. 1590-1600. 

H. 32.5 cm. 60.199 

A Picnic in the Mountains. Line 
drawing with color. Iran, Tabriz, 
Safavid Period, style of Muhammadi, 
ca. 1550. H. 26.5 cm. 44.491 


Ruler Seated in a Garden. Drawing 
with wash, Iran, Safavid Period, 
16th century. H. 21 cm. 39.508 

Illustration from the Khamsa of 
Nizami: An Episode from the Story 
of Khusraw and Shinn, Miniature 
painting. Iran, Safavid Period, 

16th century, H. 21.6 cm. 47.500 

Camel with Attendant, Drawing with wash. Iran, 
attributed to Sultan Muhammad, Safavid Period, mid-16th 
century, H. 20.3 cm. 44.489 

Illustration from the Khamsa of 
Nizami: Nushirwan and the Owls. 
Miniature painting. Iran, Safavid 
Period, 16th century, H. 21.6 cm. 


Courtly Procession , Miniature painting. Iran, Safavid Small Black and White Bird on a Shrub Limb with 

Period, ca. 1600. Detail: H, 28 cm. 62.24 Butterflies, Miniature painting, Shaft ’Abbasi, 

Iranian, Isfahan, mid-17th century, L. 24,9 cm. 

Youth with Toy. Miniature painting. 
Iran, early 17th century, H. 26.7 cm, 

Youth Sleeping Under a Willow Tree . 
Miniature painting. Iran, Safavid 
Period, late 16th century. 

H. 20.8 cm. 44.494 


Bookbinding . Leather, chased and perforated over gold. Iran, 15th century. 
H. 35.9 cm. 44.495 

Dragon Combat. Drawing. Iran, Shiraz, Turkoman, mid-16th century. 
H. 17.5 cm. 44.492 

Sir Eastern Qtt 

Indian 286 
Southeast Asian 315 
Chinese 323 
Korean 363 
Japanese 367 


Two Seals with a Bull and Unicorn. Steatite, India, 
Indus Valley Period, 3000-1500 RC. H, 3.2 and 3,5 cm, 
73.160, 73.161 

Section of a Coping Rail. Stone, India, Bharhut, 
Sunga Period, 2nd century RC. W, 122 cm. 72,366 

Fertility Ring. Steatite. India, Maury a Period, 
3rd century BC D. 10.2 cm, 77,36 

Center-Bead and Two Trirat na-Shaped Necklace Pendants: 
Gold repousse with granulation. India, Sunga Period, 
2nd-lst century BC, 73.66-73.68 


Pendant with Deity Hariti. Gold and carnelian. India, 
Sirkap, Saka-Parthian Period, ca. 50 BC-AD 50. 

D. 7.3 cm. 53.14 

Bacchanalian Scene. Schist. India, Gandhara, from Buner, 
Ist-2nd century. W. 43.2 cm. 30.329 

Head of a Yaksha. Red mottled 
sandstone. India, Mathura, Sunga 
Period, 1st century BC. H. 48.2 cm. 

Miracle at Sravasti. Gray schist. 
India, Gandhara, 2nd century. 
W. 29.2 cm. 75.102 

Seated Buddha. Gray schist. India, 
Gandhara, 3rd century. H. 129.5 cm. 


Standing Buddha. Gray schist. India, 
Gandhara, 2nd-3rd century. 

H, 119.7 cm. 72.43 

Attendant Bearing a Fly - Whisk 
(Chauri ). Re d sa nds ton e. I ndia, 
Mathura, Kushan Period, 2nd century. 
H. 55,8 cm. 65.472 

Bodhisattva. Gray schist. India, 
Gandhara, 3rd century. H. 132.4 cm. 

Adoring Attendant From a Buddhist 
shrine. Stucco. Hadda (Afghanistan), 
5th century. H. 54.6 cm. 43.395 

Nagaraja. Red mottled sandstone. 
India, Mathura, Kushan Period, 
3rd century. H, 67.3 cm, 43,661 


Lion . Red mottled sandstone. India, 
Mathura, Kushan Period, 2nd century. 
H, 47 cm, 52.514 

NaginL Red mottled sandstone. India, 
Mathura, Kushan Period, 2nd century. 
H. 124.4 cm. 68.104 

Railing Pillar. Sikri sandstone. 
India, Mathura, Kushan Period, 
2nd-3rd century. H, 80 cm. 77.34 

Seated Buddha . Red mottled sandstone. 
India, Mathura, Kushan Period, 

1st half 2nd century. H. 51.4 cm, 


Torana Bracket with Salahhanjikas. 
Red sandstone, India, Mathura, 
Kushan Period, 2nd half 2nd 
century. H. 71.1 cm. 7LI5 

Seated Buddha. Red mottled sandstone, 
India, Mathura, Kushan Period, 3rd 
century, H. 64 cm. 41,94 


Seated Buddha. Red sandstone. India, 
Mathura, Gupta Period, 5th century. 
H. 82 cm. 73.214 

Adoration of the Bodhi Tree. 
Limestone. India, Amaravati, Andhra 
Period, 2nd century. H. 80 cm. 70.43 

Fire Pillar. Limestone. India, 
Nagarjunakonda, Andhra Period, late 
2nd-early 3rd century. H. 59.1 cm. 

Head of Buddha. Red mottled 
sandstone. India, Mathura, Gupta 
Period, 5th century. H. 30.5 cm. 

Standing Buddha. Dated AD 591 
Bronze. India, Gupta Period. 

H. 46 cm. 68.40 


Standing Buddha. Cream sandstone, 
India, Sarnath, Gupta Period, 5th 
century, H, 76.2 cm. 43,278 

Plate with Figures. Sliver alloy. 
India, Gupta Period, 320-600, 
D. 18,8 cm, 72,71 

Vishnu . Red sandstone. India, 
Mathura, late Gupta Period, end of 
6th century. H. 109,2 cm. 63,580 

Head of Vishnu from Besnagar. Gray 
sandstone. India, Vidisha District, 
Madhya Pradesh, Gupta Period, 4th 
century. H. 40.6 cm. 69,57 

Vishnu , Buff-colored sandstone. 
India, Allahabad region (?), Gupta 
Period, late 5th century. 

H. 85.4 cm. 76.75 


Head of Vishnu. Red mottled 
sandstone. India, Mathura, Gupta 
Period, 5th century, H. 28 cm, 

Matrika from Tanesara. Grayish-green 
schist. India, Rajasthan, Gupta 
Period, early 6th century. H. 73.4 
cm, 70,12 

Yumna t Goddess of the Yumna River, 
Buff red-veined sandstone. India, 
Mathura region, early Medieval 
Period, early 7th century . H. 108 cm. 

Seated Ascetics. Two terra-cotta plaques. Kashmir, Harwan, 4th century. 
H. 50.8 cm, 59.131, 59.132 


Female Attendants Bearing Fly- Whisks 
(Chauri). Ivory. Kashmir, 7th-8th 
century. H. 7.6 cm. 72.35, 72.36 

Temptation of Buddha by the Evil 
Forces of Mara. Ivory. Kashmir, 
8th century. H. 13.5 cm. 71.18 

Eleven-Headed Avalokitesvara. 
Bronze. Kashmir, 9th century. 
H. 39.4 cm. 75.101 

Vajrapani: Seated Thunderbolt- 
Bearer. Bronze. Kashmir, 8th 
century. H. 22.2 cm. 71.14 

Surya, the Sun God. Brass. Kashmir, 
early 8th century. H. 50.3 cm. 


Standing Buddha. Brass. Kashmir, 
ca. 10th century. H. 98.1 cm. 66.30 

Vishnu Riding on Garuda. Black 
chlorite. East India, early Pala 
Period, 7th century. H. 81.3 cm. 

Mukhalinga . Black chlorite. East 
India, early Pala Period, 7th 
century. H. 83.8 cm. 73.73 

Chakrapurusa: Angel of the Discus. 
Black chlorite. India, Apshad, 

Pala Period, ca. 670. H. 76.8 cm. 

Buddha Calling on the Earth to 
Witness. Black chlorite. East 
India, Pala Period, 9th century. 
H. 94 cm. 35.146 


Akshobhya: The Buddha of the East 
Bronze. India, Kurkihar, Bihar, 

Pala Period, 9th century. H. 39.3 cm, 

Siva and Parvati: Umamahesvara . 
Bronze. East India, Pala Period, 
reign of Devapala, 815-854. 

H. 17.8 cm. 64.50 

Bodhisattva Manjusri: Lord of 
Wisdom. Image of gilded copper; 
pedestal and mandoria of brass. 
East India, Pala Period, 11th- 
12th century. H, 31.2 cm. 60.285 

Vishnu Attended by Chakrapurusa and 
Shankhapurusa , Bronze with silver 
Inlay. East India, Pala Period, 
ca. 12th century. H. 43.5 cm. 64.453 

Avalokitesvara Padmapani: 
Bodhisattva of Mercy Bearing a 
Lotus . Bronze. Nepal, ca. 11th 
century. H. 61.9 cm. 76.3 


Gandavyuha: Structure of the World (detail). Illuminated 
manuscript, ink and color on palm leaf. East India, 

Pala Period, llth-12th century. W. 52.4 cm. 55.49 

Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita: Book of Transcendental 
Wisdom (detail). Illuminated manuscript, color on wood 
and palm leaf. Nepal, 1100. W. 56.2 cm. 38.301 

Padmapani: Lotus-Bearing Bodhisattva. 
Bronze inlaid with silver. West 
Tibet, lOth-llth century. H. 26.7 cm. 

Vasudhara: Goddess of Abundance. 
Copper gilt with inlaid gems. 

Nepal, 14th-15th century. 

H. 16.3 cm. 47.493 


Tanka with Green Tara . Color on 
cloth. Nepal, 14th century. 

H, 52,1 cm. 70.156 

Fata with Four Figures, Color on 
cloth, Tibet, 15th century. 

H. 57.8 cm. 60.209 

Tanka with Be jeweled Buddha 
Preaching ; Dated 1648. Color on 
cloth. Nepal. H, 110 cm, 73.69 

Manjm'ri: Bodhisattva of Wisdom, 
Gilt bronze. Nepal, 15th century. 
H. 78.1 cm. 64.370 

Manjusri: Bodhisattva of Wisdom. 
Gilt copper. Nepal, 15th century. 
H. 42.9 cm. 56.8 


Vajravarahi: Dancing Tantric Deity. 
Dry lacquer. Nepal, 16th-17th 
century. H. 63.5 cm. 64.103 

Vaishnava Trinity: Sri Devi, Vishnu, Bhu Devi. Granite. 
India, probably from region of Pudokkatai, early Chola 
Period, 1st half 10th century. H. (Vishnu) 175.9 cm. 

Gajasura-Samharamurti: Siva in 
Elephant-Killing Aspect. Granite. 
South India, Chola Period, 11th 
century. H. 72.4 cm. 62.164 


Siva and Parvati: Uma-Sahitamurtl 
Copper. South India, early Chola 
Period, early 10th century. 

H. 103.5 cm. 61.94 

Vinadharamurti: Siva as King of 
Music. Bronze. South India, Chola 
Period, ca. 1000. H. 76 cm. 71.117 

Siva and Parvati: Alingana- 
Chandrasekharamurti. Copper. South 
India, Chola Period, 11 th-12th 
century. H. 34 cm. 54.7 

Siva’s Trident with Ardhanarisvara: 
Half-Siva/Half Parvati. Bronze. 

South India, Chola Period, 11 th-12th 
century. H. 35.5 cm. 69.117 

Nataraja: Siva as King of Dance. 
Copper. South India, Chola Period, 
11th century. H. 111.5 cm. 30.331 

Ganesha: Elephant-Headed God, 
Remover of Obstacles. Bronze. 
South India, Chola Period, 

12th century. H. 50.2 cm. 70.62 


Saiva Saint, Manikka vachakar. 
Bronze. South India, 12th-13th 
century. H, 33.5 cm. 67.148 

Narasimha: Lion Incarnation of 
Vishnu t, Bronze. South India, Chola 
Period, ca. 13th century. 

H. 55.3 cm. 73.187 

A Guardian of Siva. Stone. India, 
Mysore, Hoysala Dynasty, 12th 
century. H. 113.4 cm. 64,369 


Ravana Shaking Mount Kailasa. 
Sandstone. Central India, 8th 
century. H. 139.1 cm. 71.173 

Mithuna: Loving Couple. Sandstone. 
India, Rajasthan, from the Purana 
Mahadeva Temple (dated 973), 
Harsagiri. H. 35.3 cm. 62.165 

Salabhanjika: Female Deity with a Frieze of Musicians and Dancer. Sandstone. India, Rajasthan, from 

Tree. India, Rajasthan, from the the Purana Mahadeva Temple (dated 973), Harsagiri. W. 95.3 cm. 69.34 

Purana Mahadeva Temple (dated 973), 

Harsagiri. H. 54.6 cm. 67.202 


Dancing Ganesha. Red sandstone. 
India, Khajuraho region, 1000. 

H. 61.3 cm. 61.93 

Stele with the Twenty-Third Jain 
Tirthankara, Parsvanatha. 
Sandstone. Central India, 9th 
century. H. 160.7 cm. 61.419 

Vidyadevi: The Jain Goddess of 
Learning. White marble. India, 
Western Rajasthan, lOth-llth 
century. H. 106.7 cm. 72.152 


King Parikshit and Rishis. Page from the Bhagavata 
Purana. Color on paper. India, Rajasthan, Mewar 
School, ca. 1575. H. 22.8 cm. 60.53 

Poet-Musician, folio llOv from the 
Tuti-nama (manuscript almost 
complete). Color and gold on paper. 
India, Mughal School, reign of Akbar, 
ca. 1560. H. 20.3 cm. 62.279 

Page from the Issarda series of the Bhagavata Purana. 
Color on paper. India, Rajasthan, Mewar School, 
ca. 1575. W. 25.7 cm. 71.234 

Alam Shah Oosing the Dam at Shishan 
Pass. Page from Dastan-i-Amir Hamza. 
Color and gold on muslin. India, 
Mughal School, reign of Akbar, 
ca. 1570. H. 64.8 cm. 76.74 

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A Young Ascetic Walking by the Bank 
of a River. Color on paper. 

Attributed to Basawan, Indian, 

Mughal School, ca. 1560. H. 38.9 cm. 

Page from Ta’rikh-i-alfi (History of 
a Thousand Years). Color on paper. 
India, Mughal School, late 16th 
century. H. 42.3 cm. 32.36 

Page from a Razrn Nama (Book of 
Wars). Dated 1616. Color on paper. 
India, Mughal School. H. 35.5 cm. 

Humuyan’s Victory over the Afghans. 
Page from the Akbar Nama. Color on 
paper. India, Mughal School, reign 
of Akbar, ca. 1600. H. 31.1 cm. 


Siege of Arbela. Color and gold on 
paper. Designed by Basawan, painted 
by Sur Gujarati, Indian, Mughal 
School, late 16th century. 

H. 38.7 cm. 47.502 

Portrait of Akbar. Grisaille. India, 
Mughal School, early 17th century. 
H. 25.4 cm. 71.78 


Prince Visiting a Hermitage, Color 
on paper, India, Mughal School, 
reign of Shah Jahan, ca. 1635. 

H. 37.5 cm, 71,79 

imperial Rooster , Color on paper. 
Signed: Dilaram Padarat Kashmiri. 
India, Mughal School, early 17th 
century, H, 18.3 cm, 44,501 

Hunting Scene. Color on paper. 
India, Mughal School, early 17th 
century. H. 37.2 cm. 39.66 

Nayika Madhya Dhira Adhirn. Page 
from Bhanu Datta’s Rasamanjari 
Color on paper. India, Rajasthan, 
Mewai School, ca, 1630. H. 25.4 cm. 

Krishna. Page from the Rasikapriya. 
Dated 1634. Color on paper. India* 
Malwa School. H. 20.8 cm. 38.303 


Ragini Madhu Madhavi Color on 
paper. India, Malwa School, 
ca, 1660. H, 20 cm, 25.1336 

Ragini Kedara, Color on paper. 
India, Malwa School, ca, 1680. 
H. 20,3 cm. 60.116 

Gandi Ragini . Color on paper. India, 
Malwa School, ca. 1750. H. 30.8 cm, 

Ragini Pancham. Color on paper. 
India, Rajasthan, Me war School, 
mid-17th century. H. 38 cm, 31,451 

Kakubha Ragini. Color on paper, 
India, Raghugarh School, ca. 1780. 
H. 20.5 cm. 75.40 


Radha and Krishna. Page from Bhanu Datta’s Rasamanjarl 
Color on paper, India, Punjab Hills, Basohli School, 
ca. 1695. H. 23.3 cm. 65.249 

VUvamitra, Color on paper. India, 
Punjab Hills, Basohli School, 
ca. 1700, H. 20 cm, 66.27 

Siva and Parvati Seated on an 
Elephant Skin , Color on paper. 
India, Punjab Hills, Basohli School, 
ca. 1700. H. 23.2 cm. 52.587 

Palace Ladies Hunting from a 
Pavilion. Color and gold on paper. 
India, Rajasthan, Kotah School, 
ca. 1760-1770. H. 38.1 cm, 55.48 


Durga Slaying Mahisha. Color on paper. India, Punjab 
HUls, Basohli School, ca. 1700. W. 23.5 cm. 60.51 

Angry Heroine. Page from Bhanu Datta’s Rasamanjari. 
India, Nurpur School, ca. 1710. W. 28.3 cm. 67.239 

Bitch with Litter. Color on paper. India, Rajasthan, 
Bikaner School, ca. 1700. W. 25.3 cm. 69.77 


Sugriva Challenging Vali with Rama, Lakshmana, and 
Hanuman Watching. Page from the Ramayana. Color on 
paper. India, Punjab Hills, Nurpur School, 1720-1730. 
W. 30.9 cm. 73.103 

Sit a in the Garden of Lanka with Ravana and His Demons. 
The Siege of Lanka Sequence from the Ramayana. Gold and 
color on paper. India, Punjab Hills, Guler School, 
ca. 1720. W. 84.5 cm. 66.143 

Raja Smoking a Hookah with His Son and a Courtier. Color 
on paper. North India, Punjab Hills, Jammu School, 
ca. 1730. W. 31cm. 60.47 


Krishna Awaiting Radha. Color on 
paper. India, Punjab Hills, Guler 
School, ca. 1760. H. 18.2 cm. 

Hindola Raga. Color on paper. India, 
Punjab Hills, Guler School, 
ca. 1790. H. 20.7 cm. 75.9 

The Child Krishna Crying for the 
Moon. Color on paper. India, Punjab 
Hills, Guler School, ca. 1790. 

H. 24.1 cm. 71.80 

Krishna and Radha Watching Rain 
Clouds: Rainy Season from the 
Baramasa Series. Color on paper. 
India, Punjab Hills, Kangra School, 
ca. 1790. H. 21 cm. 73.104 

Durga Slaying Mahisha. Color on paper. India, Punjab 
Hills, Kangra School, late 18th century. W. 27.5 cm. 

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Toilette of Radha, Color and gold 
on paper, India, Punjab Hills, 
Kangra School, early 19th century. 
H. 23.2 cm. 53.245 

Worship of Sri Natha-ji. Temple 
hanging {pacchavai ), color on cloth. 
India, Rajasthan, Nathadwara School, 
early 19th century. H. 206 cm. 

Pendant: Krishna with Devotees, 
Gold with enamel in champleve 
technique. India, Rajasthan, 
17th-18th century. H. 5.1 cm. 

Textile. Lampas weave, silk. 

India, Jaipur School, 17th century. 
Over-all: W.lm, 72.5 cm. 

Detail: H, 92,7 cm. 53,474 

Millefleur Carpet. Senna knot, 
silk and wool, India, Mughal 
School, early 17th century. 
Over-all: H. 2 m. 92,7 cm. 
Detail: H, 1 m. 19.5 cm. 36,17 


Panels from a Box . Ivory. India, 
Mughal School, Northeast Deccan, 
ca. 1700. W. 30.3 cm. 69.229 

Hookah Bottle . Blue glass with gold. 
India, Mughal School, ca. 1700. 

H. 7-3/4 inches. 61.44 

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Krishna Govardhana . Gray limestone. 
Cambodia, Phnom Da, Pre-Angkorean 
Period, 1st half 6th century. 

H. 118-8 cm. 73.106 

Mat trey a: The Buddha of the Future . 
Bronze. Cambodia, Pre-Angkorean 
Period, 7th century. H. 28 cm. 


Head of Buddha. Bluish-gray 
sandstone. Cambodia, probably from 
Angkor Borei, Pre-Angkorean Period, 
7th century. H. 25*4 cm. 32.43 

Head of a Female. Sandstone. 
Cambodia, Pre-Angkorean Period, 
early 8th century. H. 26 cm. 70.11 

Vishnu. Gray sandstone. Cambodia, 
Pre-Angkorean Period, style of 
Prasat Andet, 2nd half 7th century. 
H* 87 cm. 42.562 


Standing Buddha. Slate. Thailand. 
Mon-Dvaravati Period, 7th-8th 
century. H. 135.3 cm. 73.15 

Buddha with Hands in Gesture of 
Teaching, Vitarka Mudra . Bronze. 
Thailand, Mon-Dvaravati Period, 
7th century. H. 21 cm. 58.334 

Rakshasa. Gray sandstone. 
Cambodia, Koh Ker style, 2nd 
quarter of 10th century. H. 70 cm. 

Votive Plaque with Vishnu. Gold 
repousse. Thailand, Sri Deb, 
Mon-Dvaravati Period, 7th-8th 
century. H. 7.6 cm. 73.75 

Standing Ashura. Bronze. Cambodia, 
Koh Ker style, 2nd quarter of 10th 
century. H. 17.7 cm. 72.221 


Torso of a Female Deity. Sandstone, 
Cambodia, Bakheng style, late 9 th- 
early 10th century. H, 88.9 cm. 

71J 34 

Lintel with Garuda. Sandstone. Cambodia, Preah Ko 
style, late 9th century. W. 118 cm, 67.37 

Head of Siva. Tan sandstone. 
Cambodia, Koh Ker style, reign of 
Jayavarman IV, 928-941, 

H. 41.9 cm. 40.53 

Buddha Sheltered by Mucalinda, the 
Serpent King . Bronze. Cambodia, 
Angkor Wat style, early 12th 
century. H. 58.4 cm, 63.263 

Siva. Gray sandstone. Cambodia, 
Baphnon style, 1st half 11th 
century. H. 76.5 cm. 41.25 


Buddha Enthroned. Bronze. 
Cambodia, Angkor Wat style, 1st 
half 12th century. H. 26-7 cm, 

FinM with the Temptation of 
Buddha by Mara. Bronze. Cambodia, 
Bay on style, late 12th-early 1 3 th 
century, H, 39.2 cm. 64.93 

Female Figure. Sandstone. 
Cambodia, late Baphnon style, 3rd 
quarter 11th century. H. 91,4 cm, 

Relief of an A psara , San dstone. 
Cambodia, Angkor Thorn, possibly 
from the Terrace of the Leper King, 
late 121h-early 13th century. 

H. 61 cm. 38.304 

Head of Lakes vara. Pink 
sandstone. Cambodia, Bayon style, 
late 12th-early 13th century. 

H. 35.3 cm. 55.47 


Frieze with Apsaras . Sandstone, Cambodia, Bay on style, 
late 12th-early 13th century. H. 87.7 cm. 38.433 

Siva. Sandstone. Viet Nam, Champa, 
from Dong-duong, Indrapura, 9th 
century. H. 863 cm. 35.147 

Head of Buddha . Volcanic stone. 
Java, from Borobudur, early 9th 
century. H. 30.5 cm. 42.1087 


Bracket with Kata Mash Volcanic 
stone* Java, ca. 12th-l4th 
century* H* 40 cm. 75.104 

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Jar. Earthenware with slip painting. 
China, Yang-shao Culture, type-site 
Pan-shan, Kansu Prbvince, Neolithic 
Period, ca. 2500-2000 BC. 

H. 36.2 cm. 30.332 

Yiieh: Tanged Axe. Bronze. China, 
Shang Dynasty, 13th-llth century 
BC. H. 21.1 cm. 37.27 

Ku: Beaker. Bronze. China, Shang 
Dynasty, 13th-12th century BC. 
H. 26.8 cm. 60.43 

Ting: Tripod Cauldron. Bronze. 
China, probably An-yang, Honan 
Province, Shang Dynasty, 11th 
century BC. H. 24.5 cm. 62.281 

Fang-yu: Square Bucket. Bronze. 
China, probably An-yang, Honan 
Province, Shang Dynasty, 

12th-l 1 th century BC. H. 26.7 cm. 

Hsien: Steamer. Bronze. China, 
Shang Dynasty, ca. 1100 BC. 
H. 39.4 cm. 75.96 


Tao-t *ieh Mask . Marble. China, 
probably An-yang, Honan Province, 
Shang Dynasty, 13th-l 1th century 
BC. W. 13*3 cm. 52.585 

Tsun: Vase. Bronze. China, Western 
Chou Dynasty, llth-lOth century BC. 
H, 29.5 cm, 5U51 

Li-ting: Hollow-Legged Tripod 
Cauldron. Bronze. China, reportedly 
Sian, Shensi Province, Western Chou 
Dynasty, ca. 950-900 BC. 

D. 27.1 cm. 61,203 

Composite Feline-Bovine-Elephant 
Head. Jade (nephrite). China, 
probably An-yang, Honan Province, 
Shang Dynasty, ca. 1200-1100 BC. 
L. 4.2 cm. 52.573 

Kuei: Handled Bowl on Rectangular 
Plinth. Bronze. China, Eastern Chou 
Dynasty, Spring and Autumn Period, 
7th-6th century BC. H. 34.3 cm. 


Elongated Hu: Flask . Bronze. 

China, Western Chou Dynasty, ca. 
10th century BC. H. 46.3 cm. 44.61 

Po: Bell. Bronze. China, probably 
Shansi Province, Eastern Chou 
Dynasty, Warring States Period, 
early 5th century BC. H. 41.3 cm. 

Openwork Plaque with Intertwined 
Dragons and Birds. Jade (nephrite). 
China, Eastern Chou Dynasty, Warring 
States Period, 480-221 BC. 

W. 7.5 cm. 52.584 

Shaft Mounting. Bronze with silver, 
gold, speculum inlays. China, 
Chin-ts’un, Honan Province, Eastern 
Chou Dynasty, Warring States Period, 
ca. 400-200 BC. H. 13.5 cm. 30.730 

“Hunting” Hu: Jar with Pictorial 
Relief. Bronze. China, Eastern Chou 
Dynasty, late Spring and Autumn- 
early Warring States Period, ca. 

5th century BC. H. 25.5 cm. 75.62 


Cranes and Serpents, Lacquered wood. China, Ch’ang-sha, 
Hunan Province, Eastern Chou Dynasty, Warring States 
Period, State of Ch T u, ca, 4th-3rd century BC. 

H. 132,1 cm. 38,9 

Panel from Tomb Chamber. Stone with 
carved relief, China, probably 
Szechwan Province, Han Dynasty, 206 
BC-AD 220. H. 120 cm, 62.280 

Lien or Chung: Cylindrical Box. 
Earthenware with molded relief under 
lead glaze. China, probably Shensi 
Province, Han Dynasty, 206 BC- 
AD 220. H. 26.7 cm. 48.214 

The Kill One of a pair of shells, 
painting over carved design. China, 
late Eastern Chou Dynasty, Warring 
States Period or early Western Han 
Dynasty, 3xd-2nd century BC. 

W. 8.9 cm. 57.139 

Vase with Peaked Lid . Earthenware 
with molded relief under lead glaze. 
China, Han Dynasty, 206 BC-AD 
220. H. 47 cm. 24,196 


Vase. Stoneware with incised and 
applied relief under iron glaze. 

China, late Western Han-early Eastern 
Han Dynasty, ca. 1st century BC- 
AD 1st century. H. 45.7 cm. 54.370 

Top of a Hun-p y ing: Urn of the Soul 
Stoneware with iron glaze, Yueh type. 
China, probably Shao-hsing region, 
Chekiang Province, Six Dynasties 
Period, Wu or Western Chin Dynasty, 
3rd century. D. 21.6 cm. 60.76 

P'u-shou: Monster-Headed Door Ring Holder. Gilt bronze. Kulan (Wild Ass): Pole Top. Bronze. 

China, reportedly Honan Province, Six Dynasties Period, China, Inner Mongolia, Ordos steppe 

ca. mid-6th century. W. 20 cm. 30.371 region, ca. 2nd century. H. 17.8 cm. 



Panels from Funerary Model of a Cooking Stove. 
Earthenware with die-stamped relief. China, Eastern Han 
Dynasty, ca. 2nd-3rd century. W. 27.3 cm. 

25.134, 25.135 

Hollow Tile from Tomb Chamber Wall. Earthenware with 
die-stamped relief. China, Eastern Han Dynasty, 

AD 25-220. W. 105.4 cm. 15.70 

Caparisoned Horse. Earthenware with 
polychrome painting. China, Six 
Dynasties Period, Northern Wei 
Dynasty, ca, 525. H. 22.2 cm. 29.985 

Stele: Mai trey a and Attendants. 
Dated 500. Sandstone. China, Six 
Dynasties Period, Northern Wei 
Dynasty. H. 94,6 cm. 59.130 

Head of Bodhisattva Kuan-yin. 
Limestone. China, probably Lung-men 
caves, Honan Province, Six Dynasties 
Period, Northern Wei Dynasty, 
ca. 510-520. H. 36.2 cm. 15.77 


Stele: Sakyamuni Trinity. Dated 537. 
Limestone. China, Six Dynasties 
Period, Eastern Wei Dynasty. 

H. 77.5 cm. 14.567 

Squatting Caryatid Monster. Limestone. 
China, Hsiang-t’ang-shan (northern 
caves), Honan Province, Six Dynasties 
Period, Northern Ch’i Dynasty, 
ca. 570. H. 74.9 cm. 57.360 

Stele: Maitreya as the Future Buddha. Seated Sakyamuni Buddha. Limestone. 

Marble. China, Six Dynasties Period, China, Sui Dynasty, ca. 590-620. 

Northern Ch’i Dynasty, 550-577. H. 51.4 cm. 64.152 

H. 86.3 cm. 17.320 

Bodhisattva Kuan-yin. Sandstone with 
polychromy. China, late Six Dynasties 
Period, Northern Ch’i Dynasty or 
early Sui Dynasty, 575-600. 

H. 138.8 cm. 62.162 


Guardian Lion. Marble, China, 
early Tang Dynasty, 7th century. 
H. 78,7 cm, 65,473 

Camel. Amber lead-glazed earthenware, 
China, Tang Dynasty, ca. late 7 th- 
8th century. H, 80 cm, 67.147 

Candlestick . Cream-glazed stoneware, 
China, northern, $ui or early Tang 
Dynasty, ca. 7th century. H. 29.8 cm. 

Jar. Earthenware with applied relief 
and three-color (san-ts’ai) lead 
glazes. China, T.ang Dynasty, ca, 
late 7th-8th century, H, 13 cm, 

Sakyamuni TriadBuddha Attended by 
Manjusri and Samantabhadra. Hanging 
scroll, color on silk. China, Tang 
Dynasty, ca, 900, H. 94 cm, 75,92 

Caparisoned Horse. Earthenware with 
applied relief and three-color 
(san-ts’ai) lead glazes, China, 

Tang Dynasty, ca. late 7th^8th 
century. H. 76.8 cm. 55.295 


Jar. Cream-glazed stoneware. China, 
northern, early Tang Dynasty, 
ca. 7th century* H* 27.6 cm. 30.323 

Bull Painted earthenware. China, 
Tang Dynasty, 618-907. H. 16*2 cm. 

Harpist Earthenware with three- 
color (san-ts T ai) lead glazes. 
China, Tang Dynasty, 618-907* 
H. 32.1 cm* 31*450 

Stem Cup. Beaten silver, chased and 
parcel-gilt design on ringmatted 
ground. China, Tartg Dynasty, ca. 
8th century* H* 8.9 cm. 51.396 

Panel from Sarcophagus. Incised 
stone* China, early Tang Dynasty, 
ca. mid-7th-early 8th century. 

H. 119.4cm* 75*63 


Platter on Three Feet. Beaten silver 
with chased and parcel gilt design 
on ringmatted ground. China, Tang 
Dynasty, ca. 8th century. H. 8.9 cm. 

Bodhisattva Kuan-yin. Dated 687. 
Limestone with traces of polychromy. 
China, reportedly Pai-ma-ssu (temple), 
Loyang, Honan Province, Tang 
Dynasty. H. 170.8 cm. 66.364 

Lien or Chung: Covered Cylindrical 
Box. Gilt bronze with openwork and 
chased design. China, Sui-early 
Tang Dynasty, late 6th-early 7th 
century. H. 17.2 cm. 72.44 

Torso: Bodhisattva Kuan-yin. Marble. 
China, reportedly Ling-yen-ssu 
(temple), Lung-yen-shan, Pao-ting, 
Hopei Province, Tang Dynasty, 

8th century. H. 177.8 cm. 29.981 

Mirror. Bronze with beaten gold and 
silver sheets inlaid in lacquer 
ground (p’ing Co technique). China, 
Tang Dynasty, ca. 8th century. 

D. 19.2 cm. 73.74 

Eleven-Headed Kuan-yin. Sandstone. 
China, Tang Dynasty, 1st quarter 
8th century. H. 129.5 cm. 59.129 


Eleven-Headed Kuan-yin. Wood. 
China, Tang Dynasty, late 7th 
century. H. 62.8 cm. 70.66 

Textile. Patterned weave, silk. 
China, 8th century. H. 26.8 cm. 

Attendant of Manjusri (?). Hollow 
dry lacquer. China, late Tang 
Dynasty or early Five Dynasties 
Period, 9th-10th century. H. 40 cm. 

Ewer in Form of a Sheng Player. 
Stoneware, slip-coated with 
underglaze painting. China, northern, 
Liao Dynasty, ca. 11th century. 

H. 21.3 cm. 53.248 


Jar. Porcelain, incised and impressed 
under white glaze. China, northern, 
Liao Dynasty, lOth-llth century. 

H. 12.7 cm. 57.29 

Bodhisattva Kuan-yin. Gilt bronze. 
China, Liao Dynasty, 1 Oth century. 
H. 43.8 cm. 76.14 

Seated Amitabha Buddha. Gilt bronze. 
China, Liao Dynasty, 10th century. 

H. 22.8 cm. 42.1082 

Taoist Figure. Wood (loquat) and 
ivory. China, Southern Sung Dynasty, 
1127-1279. H. 31.8 cm. 64.368 

Pot ala (Water and Moon) Kuan-yin. 
Wood (loquat). China, Five Dynasties 
Period, 10th century. H. 15.1 cm. 

Bodhisattva. Wood (cypress). China, 
Chin Dynasty, 13th century. 

H. 46 cm. 63.581 


Petal-Rimmed Baluster Vase. 
Tz’u-chou ware, stoneware. China, 
Sung Dynasty, 9601279, or earlier, 
H* 32*1 cm* 42*656 

Ewer. Tz’u-chou ware, Teng-feng 
type, stoneware. China, probably 
Honan Province, Sung Dynasty, 
960-1279* H. 17.5 cm* 48.219 

Phoenix-Headed Ewer ; Ch’lng-pai ware, 
porcelain. China, Five Dynasties 
Period or Northern Sung Dynasty, 
IGth-llth century* II. 38*7 cm. 


Jar. Tz’u-chou ware, stoneware. 
China* Sung Dynasty, 960-1279. 
H* 34.9 cm. 48*225 

Baluster Vase. Tz’u-chou ware, 
"Chiao-tso” type, stoneware. China, 
probably Honan Province, Northern 
Sung Dynasty, lOth-llth century. 
H. 41.2 cm* 48.226 

MehpHng: Gallipot Vase. TVu-chou 
ware, stoneware* China, Northern 
Sung Dynasty, 9604127* H. 34*3 cm* 


Circular Covered Box , Ting ware, 
porcelain. China, Northern Sung 
Dynasty, 960-1127, D, 10,5 cm, 

Circular Covered Box. Northern 
Celadon, Yao-chou type, stoneware. 
China, probably Shensi Province, 
Northern Sung Dynasty, 960-1127, 
B. 10.7 cm. 62.41 

Ewer, “Tung ware” (or Northern 
Celadon of Yao-chou type ?), 
stoneware. China, Northern Sung 
Dynasty, 960-H27. H. 18.7 cm. 

Lion: Incense-Burner Top , Northern 
Celadon, stoneware. China, Northern 
Sung Dynasty, ca. 12th century. 

H, 18.4 cm, 66,26 


Grcular Brush Washer: Ju ware, 
stoneware. China, Lin-ju Hsien, 
Honan Province, Northern Sung 
Dynasty, late llth-early 12th 
century. D. 12,8 cm, 57.40 

Ting: Tripod, Lung-ch’iian ware, 
porcelain. China, Chekiang Province, 
Southern Sung Dynasty, 1127-1279, 
D, 13.9 cm, 54,790 

Mate, Chun ware, stoneware. 
China, Northern Sung Dynasty, 
960-1127. D. 18.1 cm. 42.665 

Ch \a-tou: Vase in Shape of a Grain 
Measure. Lung-ch’uan ware, porcelain. 
China, Chekiang Province, Southern 
Sung Dynasty, 1127-1279. D. 15.6 cm. 

Shallow Bowl with Fluted Well and 
Foliate Rim. Chun ware, stoneware. 
China, probably Honan Province, 
I3th-14th century, D. 23.5 cm. 


Mallow-Petal Bowl. Kuan ware, 
porcelain. China, southern, 

Southern Sung Dynasty, 1127-1279. 
D. 17.5 cm. 57.66 

Lu: Incense Burner. Kuan ware, 
porcelain.. China, southern, 

Southern Sung Dynasty, 1127-1279. 
W. 15.5 cm. 57.63 

Washer Basin. Kuan ware, porcelain 
with copper rim. China, southern. 
Southern Sung Dynasty, 1127-1279. 
D. 24.2 cm. 57.48 

Ladies of the Court (detail). After a painting by 
Chou Wen-chii of the 10th century. Handscroll, ink and 
slight color on silk. China, Sung Dynasty, datable 
before 1140. W. 168.5 cm. 76.1 

Buddhist Retreat by Stream and 
Mountains. Hanging scroll, ink on 
silk. Attributed to Chii-jan, Chinese, 
active ca. 960-980, Northern Sung 
Dynasty. H. 185.4 cm. 59.348 


Barbarian Royalty Worshipping Buddha. Handscroll, ink and color on silk. 
Attributed to Chao Kuang-fu, Chinese, active 960-975, Northern Sung Dynasty. 
W. 103 cm. 57.358 

Palace Landscape. Album leaf, ink and color on silk. 
China, Northern Sung Dynasty, 11th century. W. 40.7 cm. 

Frontispiece Illustration for Lotus Sutra (detail). Handscroll, 
gold ink on paper. China, Sung Dynasty, 960-1279. 

W. 78.7 cm. 70.64 


Ch ’i-shan wu chin: Streams and Mountains without End 
(detail). Handscroll, ink and slight color on silk. 

China, Northern Sung Dynasty, early 12th century. 

W. 213 cm. 53.126 

Qoudy Mountains (detail). Dated 1130. Handscroll, ink 
and slight color on silk. Mi Yu-jen, Chinese, 1072-1151, 
Southern Sung Dynasty. W. 194.3 cm. 33.220 

Bamboo and Ducks by a Rushing Stream. 
Hanging scroll, ink and light color 
on silk. Ma Yuan, Chinese, active 
ca. 1190-ca. 1224, Southern Sung 
Dynasty. H. 61 cm. 67.145 

Cottages in a Misty Grove in Autumn. 
Dated 1117. Album leaf, ink and 
color on silk. Li An-chung, Chinese, 
active ca. 1115-1140, Northern Sung 
Dynasty. H. 27 cm. 63.588 


Birds in a Grove in a Mountainous 
Landscape in Winter. Hanging scroll, 
ink and slight color on silk. 

Kao Tao (?), Chinese, Sung Dynasty, 
12th century. H. 170 cm. 66.115 

The Knick-Knack Peddler. Dated 1201. Album leaf, ink and 
slight color on silk. Li Sung, Chinese, active ca. 1190- 
1230, Southern Sung Dynasty. H. 24.2 cm. 63.582 

Scholar Reclining and Watching Rising Oouds. Dated 1256. 
Fan painting, ink and slight color on silk. Ma Lin, 

Chinese, active mid-13th century, Southern Sung Dynasty. 
H. 25.3 cm. 61.421 


Sakyamuni Coming Down from the 
Mountains. Dated 1244, Hanging 
scroll, ink on paper. China, 

Southern Sung Dynasty. H* 74.6 cm. 

Seated Arhat with Two Attendants. 
Hanging scroll, ink and color on 
silk. China, Southern Sung Dynasty, 
11274279* H* 93.7 cm* 76,91 

The Football Players. Hanging scroll, 
ink and light color on silk* China, 
late Southern Sung or early Yuan 
Dynasty, ca* 12504350* H. 115.6 cm, 

Tiger (one of a pair). Hanging 
scroll, ink on silk. Attributed to 
Mu Ch’i, Chinese, 11774239, 
Southern Sung Dynasty. H* 128.3 cm* 

Bodhisattva Samantabhadra. Hanging 
scroll, ink and color on silk, 

China, Southern Sung Dynasty, 1127- 
1279. H. 110,8 cm, 62,161 

White-Robed Kmn-yin* Hanging scroll, 
ink on paper* China (or Japan?), 
early 14th century. H. 104 cm* 



A Primus in the Moonlight. Hanging 
scroll, ink on silk. Wang Mien, 
Chinese, 1287-1366, Yuan Dynasty. 
H. 164.5 cm. 74.26 

Jar. Tz’u-chou ware, stoneware. 
China, Yuan Dynasty, 1279-1368. 
H. 27.9 cm. 48.215 

Peonies. Hanging scroll, ink 
and color on silk. China, Yuan 
Dynasty, 1279-1368. H. 145.4 cm. 

Bowl with Taoist Designs. White jade 
(nephrite). China, Yuan Dynasty, 
late 13th-early 14th century. 

W. 15.9 cm. 52.510 

Raft-Cup with Taoist Immortal. 
Dated 1345. Cast silver with 
engraving. Chu Pi-shan, Chinese, 
ca. 1300-ca. 1362, Yuan Dynasty. 
L. 20.5 cm. 77.7 

Jar with Lion-Head Handles. 
Porcelain painted in underglaze 
blue. China, Yuan Dynasty, 

14th century. H. 39.3 cm. 62.154 


Plate with Peony Design. Carved 
cinnabar lacquer on wood. Yang Mao, 
Chinese, Yuan Dynasty, late 14th- 
early 15th century. D. 16.5 cm. 77.6 

Plate with Dragon Among Gouds. 
Lung-ch’iian type, porcelain with 
biscuit relief floated on celadon 
glaze. China, Yuan Dynasty, 14th 
century. D. 43.2 cm. 61.92 

Sakyamuni as an Ascetic. Gilt bronze. 
China, Yuan Dynasty, early 14th 
century. H. 44.2 cm. 66.116 

The Second Coming of the Fifth Patriarch. 
Part of handscroll mounted as hanging 
scroll, ink on paper. Yin-t’o-lo (Indara), 
Chinese, active ca. mid-14th century. 

Yuan Dynasty. W. 45.5 cm. 67.211 

The Lantern Night Excursion of Chung K'uei (detail). Handscroll, ink on 
silk. Yen Hui, Chinese, first half 14th century, Yuan Dynasty. W. 240.3 cm. 


Three Horses and Four Grooms 
(detail). Handscroll, ink and color 
on silk. Jen Jen-fa, Chinese, 
1254-1327, early Yuan Dynasty. 
W. 136.8 cm. 60.181 

Chiu-k’o-t'u: The Nine Songs (detail). 
Handscroll, ink on paper. Chang Wu, 
Chinese, active 1335-1365, Yuan 
Dynasty. W. 438.2 cm. 59.138 

Ink Flowers (detail). Dated 1361. 
Handscroll, ink on paper. Chao 
Chung, Chinese, active ca. 2nd half 
14th century, Yuan Dynasty. 

W. 153.2 cm. 67.36 

Bodhidharma Crossing the Yangtze 
on a Reed. Hanging scroll, ink on 
paper. China, Yuan Dynasty, 1279- 
1368. H. 89.2 cm. 64.44 

Bamboos, Rocks, and Lonely Orchids. 
(detail). Handscroll, ink on paper. 
Chao Meng-fu, Chinese, 1254-1322, 
Yuan Dynasty. W. 144.2 cm. 63.515 

Old Trees by a Cool Spring . Dated 
1326. Hanging scroll, ink on silk. 

Li Shih-hsing, Chinese, 1282-1328, 
Yuan Dynasty. H. 165.7 cm. 70.41 


Poetic Feeling in a Thatched Pavilion (detail). Dated 
1347, Handscroll, ink on paper. Wu Chen, Chinese, 
1280-1354, W, 99,4 cm, 63,259 

Leisure Enough to Spare. Dated 1360. Handscroll, ink 
on paper. Yao Ting-mei, Chinese, active 14th century, 
Yuan Dynasty. W, 84 cm. 54,791 

Lily and Butterflies. Hanging scroll, 
ink on silk, Liu Shan-shou, Chinese, 
Yuan Dynasty, 14th century. 

II. 160 cm. 71.132 

Taoist Immortal, Chung li Ch T tian . 
Hanging scroll, ink and color on 
silk* Chao Ch’i, Chinese, late Yuan- 
early Ming Dynasty, 14th century. 
H* 134.5 cm. 76,13 


Landscape in Blue-and-Green Style (detail). Handscroil, Hundred Birds Admiring the Peacocks. Hanging scroll, ink 

ink and color on silk. Shih-jui, Chinese, active ca. and color on silk. Yin Hung, Chinese, Ming Dynasty, 

1425-1469, Ming Dynasty. W. 170.2 cm. 73.72 late 15th-early 16th century. H. 240 cm. 74.31 

Yaksha Generals (one of a pair). 
Hanging scroll, color on silk. 

China, Ming Dynasty. H. 227.2 cm. 

River Village in a Rainstorm. 
Hanging scroll, ink and slight color 
on silk. Lii Wen-ying, Chinese, 
active late 15th century. H. 169.2 
cm. 70.76 

The Hermit Hsu Yu Resting by a 
Stream. Hanging scroll, ink and 
slight color on silk. Tai Chin, 
Chinese, 1388-1462, Ming Dynasty. 
H. 138 cm. 74.45 


Part of a Screen Panel 
Tapestry, silk and metallic 
threads. China, Ming Dynasty 
(1368-1644). H. 198.2 cm. 16.1334 

Chrysanthemums and Cabbage (detail). Dated 1490. Handscroll, ink and slight 
color on paper. T’ao Cheng, Chinese, active 1480-1532, Ming Dynasty. 

W. 151.7 cm. 60.40 

The Poet Lin P’u Wandering in the 
Moonlight. Hanging scroll, ink and 
slight color on paper. Tu Chin, 
Chinese, active ca. 1465-1487, Ming 
Dynasty. H. 156.5 cm. 54.582 

A Distant View of Tiger Hill (from Twelve Views of 
Tiger Hill, Suchou). Album leaf, ink on paper. Shen Chou, 
Chinese, 1427-1509, Ming Dynasty. W. 40.2 cm. 64.371 


Old Pine Tree. Handscroll, ink on paper. Wen Cheng-ming, Chinese, 1470-1559, 
Ming Dynasty. W. 138.8 cm. 64.43 

Ink Prunus. Hanging scroll, ink on 
silk. Peng Hsii, Chinese, active ca. 
1488-1521, Ming Dynasty. H. 127 cm. 

Beggars and Street Characters (detail). Dated 1516. 
Handscroll, ink and color on paper. Chou Ch’en, Chinese, 
active ca. 1500-1535, Ming Dynasty. W. 244.5 cm. 64.94 


Clouds and Waves in the Yangtze 
Gorge of Mu-shan. Hanging scroll, 
ink and light color on paper. 

Hsieh Shih-ch’cn, Chinese, 1487- 
after 1567, Ming Dynasty, 

H. 241.9 cm, 68,213 

Scholar-Hermits in Stream and Mountain (detail), 
Handscroll, ink and light color on silk. Tang Yin, 
Chinese, 1470-1523, Ming Dynasty. W. 232,4 cm. 76.94 

The Five Hundred Lohans: Disciples of Buddha (detail) . 
Handscroll, ink and color on paper. Wu Pin, Chinese, 
active ca. 1567-ca. 1617, Ming Dynasty. 

W. 20 m. 74.8 cm. 7L16 

Chao Meng-fu Writing the Heart Sutra in Exchange for Tea 
(detail). Dated 1543. HandscroU, ink and color on paper. 
Ch’iu Ying, Chinese, active ca, 1522-1560, Ming Dynasty. 
W. 77.8 cm. 63.102 


Mountains on a Gear Autumn Day . Handscroll, ink on paper. Tung Ch’i-ch’ang, 
Chinese, 1555-1636, Ming Dynasty. W, 136.8 cm. 59.46 

Chiieh: Tripod Cup . Porcelain. 

China, Ming Dynasty, reign of 
Yung-io, 1403-1424. H. 15 cm. 57.59 

Greeting the Spring (detail). Dated 1600. Hand scroll, ink and color on 
paper. Wu Pin, Chinese, active ca. 1567-ca. 1617, Ming Dynasty. 

W. 245.1 cm. 59,45 

Lady Hsiian-wen Giving Instructions 
on the Classics, Dated 1638. Hanging 
scroll, ink and color on silk. 

Ch’en Hung-shou, Chinese, 1598-1652, 
Ming Dynasty. H. 73,7 cm. 61.89 


Wu-hsieh Shan: The Mountain of the 
Five Cataracts. Hanging scroll, ink 
on silk. Ch’en Hung-shou, Chinese, 
1598-1652, Ming Dynasty. H. 118.2 cm. 

Hsu Cheng-yang Moving His Family. 
Hanging scroll, ink and color on 
silk. Ts’ui Tzu-chung, Chinese, 
died 1644, Ming Dynasty. H. 165.6 cm. 

Foliate Dish with Grapevines. 
Porcelain painted in underglaze blue. 
China, Ming Dynasty, reign of 
Hsiian-te, 1426-1435. D. 43.2 cm. 

Stem Cup with Animals Among Waves. 
Porcelain painted in underglaze blue 
and overglaze red enamel. China, 

Ming Dynasty, mark and reign of 
Hsiian-te, 1465-1487. H. 8.9 cm. 57.60 

Bowl with Land of Taoist Immortals. 
Porcelain painted in underglaze blue. 
China, Ming Dynasty, mark and reign 
of Hsiian-te, 1426-1435. D. 19.2 cm. 

Bowl with the “Three Friends'Pine, 
Bamboo, Prunus. Porcelain painted in 
underglaze blue. China, Ming Dynasty, 
mark and reign of Hsiian-te, 
1426-1435. D. 30.2 cm. 53.631 


Wine Cup with Children in a Landscape . 
Porcelain painted in underglaze blue and 
overgtaze red, aubergine, and green 
enamels, tou-ts 'ai type, China, Ming 
Dynasty, mark and reign of Ch*eng-hua, 
1465-1487. H. 4.3 cm, 57,61 

Kuan-yin of the South Sea. Te-hua 
ware (blanc de Chine), porcelain. 

China, Te-hua Hsien, Fukien Province, 
late Ming Dynasty, ca. 17th century. 

H. 45.1 cm. 50,579 

Bow/ with Lily Scroll. Porcelain 
painted in underglaze blue, China, 
Ming Dynasty, mark and reign of 
Ch*eng-hua, 1465-1487. D. 14.5 cm. 

Covered Jar with Five Elders. Porcelain 
painted in underglaze blue and overglaze 
red, yellow, and green enamels, wuds*ai 
type. China, Ming Dynasty, mark and reign 
of Wan-li, 1573-1619. H. 10,2 cm. 57.62 


Reclining Water Buffalo. Jade 
(nephrite), China, lilting Dynasty, 
1368-1644, L* 21 cm, 60.282 

Hoop-Backed Armchair, "Lohan type , 
Burmese or East Indian rosewood 
(huang hrn-li ) and woven reed. 

China, late Ming Dynasty, 17th 
century, H, 85.4 cm, 55.40 

Mei-p'ing: Vase. Stoneware with biscuit 
outline and polychrome glazes, fa-hua 
type. China, probably Ching-te-chen, 
Kiangsi Province, Ming Dynasty, late 
15th century, H. 37 cm, 42.718 

Taoist Immortal f Li Tieh-kuai. 
Bronze. Su Wen-nan, Chinese, 
Ming Dynasty, 15th century, 
H,41.8cm. 73.158 


Pure Tones of the Hills and Waters (detail). Dated 1664. 
Handscxoll, ink and color on paper* Hsiao Yiin-ts’ung, 
Chinese, 1596-1673, CiTing Dynasty. W, 78L2 cm. 54,262 

Morning Sun Over the Mountain of 
Heavenly Citadel Dated 1614. Hanging 
scroll, ink and color on paper. 

Ting Yiin-p’eng, Chinese, active ca, 
1578-1628. H. 212*7 cm* 65.28 

Fish and Rocks (detail), Handscroll, ink on paper. 
Chu Ta, Chinese, 1624-ca. 1705, Ch'ing Dynasty, 
W. 157.5 cm, 53.247 

Strolling Companions in the Autumn Mountains. Double 
album leaf mounted as a handscroll, ink and color on 
paper. K’un-ts*an, Chinese, active 2nd half 17th century, 
Ch’mg Dynasty* W. 64.4 cm* 66,367 


Reminiscences of Ch *in-huai River. 
Eight-leaf album, ink and color on 
paper. Tao-chi (Shih-t’ao), Chinese, 
1641-ca. 1720, Ch’ing Dynasty. 

H. 25.5 cm. 66.31 

Landscape in the Style of Tung Yuan 
and Chu-jan. Dated 1650 in inscription 
of 1670. Hanging scroll, ink and 
white pigment on silk. Kung Hsien, 
Chinese, ca. 1620-1689, Ch’ing 
Dynasty. H. 216.3 cm. 69.123 

Tall Bamboos and Distant Mountains 
After Wang Meng. Dated 1694. 
Hanging scroll, ink on paper. Wang 
Hui, Chinese, 1632-1717, Ch’ing 
Dynasty. H. 79.4 cm. 53.629 

Album of Landscapes, and Flowers and Birds. Ten-leaf 
album, ink and color on silk. Fan Ch’i, Chinese, 
1616-ca. 1695, Ch’ing Dynasty. W. 17.3 cm. 75.22 

Clear Peaks and Blue Sky After Huang Kung-wang (detail). 
Dated 1703-1708. Handscroll, color on paper. Wang 
Yiian-ch’i, Chinese, 1642-1715, Ch’ing Dynasty. 

W. 267 cm. 72.153 


Landscape After Ni Tsan. Dated 1707. 
Hanging scroll, ink and color on 
paper. Wang Yiian-ch’i, Chinese, 
1642-1715, Ch’ing Dynasty. 

H. 80.3 cm. 54.583 

Portrait of An Ch Y. Dated 1715. 
Hanging scroll, ink and color on 
paper. Wang Hui, Tu Lo, and Yang 
Chin, Chinese, Ch’ing Dynasty. 

H. 121.8 cm. 71.17 

Inauguration Portraits of Emperor Ch’ien-lung, the Empress , and the Eleven 
Imperial Consorts [titled by the Emperor “A Mind Picture of a Well-Governed 
and Tranquil Reign”] (detail). Datable to 1737. Handscroll, ink and color on silk. 
Giuseppe Castiglione (Lang Shih-ning), Italian, 1688-1766, Chinese School, 
Ch’ing Dynasty. W. 688.3 cm. 69.31 

Conversation in Autumn. Dated 1732. 
Hanging scroll, ink and color on 
paper. Hua Yen, Chinese, 1682-1765, 
Ch’ing Dynasty. H. 115.3 cm. 54.263 

Drunken Chung K’uei Supported by 
Ghosts. Hanging scroll, ink and 
color on paper. Lo P’ing, Chinese, 
1733-1799, Ch’ing Dynasty. 

H. 96.8 cm. 59.185 


Pi-ch%p’ing: Vase. Lang ware, 
porcelain with oxblood 
(sang-de-boeuf) glaze* China, Ch’ing 
Dynasty, reign of JCang-hsi, 
16624722. H. 384 cm, 44*201 

Vase. Porcelain with peach-bloom 
glaze* China, Ch’ing Dynasty, mark 
and reign of JCang-hsi, 16624722* 
H* 21*1 cm* 42*669 

Baluster Vase * Porcelain painted in 
overglaze polychrome enamels, famille 
verte panels on famille noire * China, 
Ch’ing Dynasty, reign of K*ang41si, 
16624722* H* 44*2 cm* 42*696 

Vase, Soft-paste porcelain painted 
in underglaze blue. China, Chlng 
Dynasty, mark and reign of 
Yung-cheng, 1723-1735. H. 28.6 cm* 


Vase, Porcelain painted in overglaze 
green and black enamels. China, 
Ch’ing Dynasty, reign of tCang-hsi, 
1662-1722. H. 273 cm. 42.685 

Suan-t'ou p*ing: Vase, Porcelain 
painted in overglaze polychrome 
enamels, Ku yueh hsuan style. China, 
Ch'ing Dynasty, mark and reign of 
Ch*ien4nng, 1736-1795. H. 19 cm. 71.145 

Vase with Dragon Dandles, Porcelain 
painted in overglaze polychrome 
enamels, Ku yueh hsiian style. China, 
Ch’ing Dynasty, reign of Ch’ien-lung, 
1736-1795. H. 273 cm, 42,712 

Va$e, Porcelain painted in overglaze 
polychrome enamels, Ku yueh hsuan 
style. China, Clrimg Dynasty, mark 
and reign of Ch’ien-lung, 1736-1795. 
H. 15,4 cm. 63.514 

Covered Bowl with T’ao-t’ieh Masks 
and Ring-Handles, Jade (jadeite). 
China, Ch’ing Dynasty, period of 
Ch’ien-lung, 1736-1795. H. 15.2 cm. 




Covered Bowl. Stoneware. Korea, 
Great Silla Period, 8th-9th c, 

D, 12 cm* 28.178 

Prunus Vase (maebyong). Iron 
ware, Korea, Koryo Dynasty, 
918-1392, H. 29 cm. 61.270 

Vase . Celadon. Korea, Koryo 
Dynasty, 12th-13th century. 
II. 25.4 cm, 44,164 

Water Jar. Celadon with inlaid 
decoration. Korea, Koryo Dynasty, 
13th century. H. 30.8 cm. 75.99 

Bottle- Vase with Fish Design. 
Punching stoneware. Korea, Yi 
Dynasty, 15th century, H, 30,5 cm, 


Storage Jar. Punch ’ong stoneware. 
Korea, Yi Dynasty, 15th century. 
H. 37.5 cm. 63.505 

Bottle. Stoneware. Korea, Yi 
Dynasty, ca. 16th century. 

H. 23.3 cm. 69.58 

Amitabha Triad. Hanging scroll, 
ink and color on silk. Korea, 
Koryu Period, ca. 1250. 

H. 119.1 cm. 61.135 

Japanese Git 


Urn. Earthenware. Japan, Jomon 
Period, ca, 1000 BC. H. 39.4 cm. 

Haniwa Figure. Earthenware. Japan, 
Tumulus (Kofun) Period, ea. 6th 
century. H, 58.4 cm. 62.39 

Dotaku: Bell. Bronze. Japan, late 
Yayoi Period, ca. AD 100-300. 

H. 97.8 cm. 16.1102 

Hanka-shtyui-zo: Miroku in 
Meditation. Bronze. Japan, Asuka 
Period, 7th century. H. 39.4 cm. 

Bodhisattva Kannon. Gilt 
bronze. Japan, Hakuho Period, 
AD 645-710. H. 33 cm, 50.392 


Heavenly Musician. Fiom Horyu-ji* 
Nara. Camphof wood with 
polychromy, Japan* Hakuho Period* 
AD 645-710, H. 53,7 cm, 54,792 

Woman from an Audience Scene * 
Probably from Horyu-ji* Nara, Gray 
unfired day. Japan* Hakuho Period* 
AD 645-710. H. 19 cm. 50393 

Suikoju: Gigaku Mash Pauiownia 
wood* lacquered and painted. Japan* 
Naxa Period, AD 710-784, H. 28 cm, 

Hand of Buddha. Wood, Japan, late 
Nara or early Heian Period* late 
Sth-early 9th century* H. 40 cm* 

Nikko: The Sun Bodhisattva. Carved 
from one block of Japanese yew, 
Japan* early Heian Period* 
ca, AD 800* H. 46.7 cm. 61*48 


Amida’s Paradise. Lacquer on wood, fragment mounted as 
a box cover. Japan, late Heian Period, ca. 1200. 

W. 13.2 cm. 61.91 

Processional Mask of a Bosatsu. 
Wood with lacquer and paint. Japan, 
Fujiwara Period, late 12th century. 
H. 21.9 cm. 50.581 

Shinto Deity, Izu-san Gongen. Wood. 
Japan, Kamakura Period, 12th-13th 
century. H. 100 cm. 54.373 

Enno Gyoja. Wood. Japan, 
Kamakura Period, 1183-1333. 
H. 74.9 cm. 75.65 

Portrait of Hoto Kokushi {Priest 
Kakushin). From Myoshin-ji. Wood 
with traces of lacquer. Japan, 
Kamakura Period, datable to 
ca. 1286. H. 91.4 cm. 70.67 


Tabernacle Lacquered wood with paintings in color 
and gold on the interior. Japan, Fujiwara Period, 
12th century. H. 160 cm. 69.130 

Box with Chrysanthemum Design . Lacquer on wood. 
Japan, Kamakura Period, 1185-1333. W. 27.3 63.513 

Kannon. Wood with cut gold leaf 
decoration and polychromy, Japan, 
Kamakura Period, 13th century. 

H. 76.2 cm. 52.90 

Amida, Buddha of the Western 
Paradise. Dated 1269. Wood, 
cut gold leaf and polychromy. 

Koshun and Assistants, Japanese, 
Kamakura Period. H. 94.6 cm. 60.197 


Wind God. Wood with traces of 
polychromy, Japan, Kamakura 
Period, 13th century. H, 67,3 cm. 

Head of Ni-o (one of a pair). Wood. 
Japan* Kamakura Period, ca, 13th 
century. H. 75 cm, 70.5 

Zao Gongen . Wood. Japan, 
Kamakura Period, 13th century. 
H. 106.7 cm. 73.105 

Eleven-Headed Kannon. Hanging 
scroll, ink, color, and cut gold 
on silk. Japan, late Fujiwara or 
early Kamakura Period, late 12th 
century. H. 106.7 cm. 70.79 

"Monju with the Five Chignons ,f 
Riding on a Lion. Hanging scroll, 
ink and color on silk. Japan, 
Kamakura Period, 1185-1333, 

H. 122 cm. 71.21 

White-Robed Kannon . From Kozan-ji, 
Kyoto. Hanging scroll, ink on 
paper. Japan, Kamakura Period, 
ca. 1200. H. 91.5 cm. 51,540 


Gohimitsu Bosatsu: The “Secret Five” Bodhisattva. 
Hanging scroll, color, gold, and silver on three joined 
pieces of silk. Japan, Kamakura Period, late 12th 
century. H. 79 cm. 61.423 

The Poet Taira no Kanemori (died 99D). Section of a 
handscroil mounted as a hanging scroll, ink, white, and 
slight color on paper. Japan, Kamakura Period, 
1185-1333. W. 46.7 cm. 51.397 

Yakushi and the Twelve Generals. 
Hanging scroll mounted on a panel, 
ink and color on silk* Japan, 
Kamakura Period, 1185-1333. 

H. 150*2 cm* 38.422 

Kurrnno Mandat a; The Three Sacred 
Shrines. Hanging scroll, ink and 
color on silk* Japan, Kamakura 
Period, ca* 1300. H. 134 cm* 53.16 


Fukutomi Zoshi (detail), Handscroll, ink and color on 
paper. Japan, Kamakura Period, 14th century, 

W, 10 m. 28,8 cm, 53,358 

One of the “Ten Fast Bulls. ” Section of a handscroll 
mounted as a hanging scroll, ink and slight color on 
paper. Japan, Kamakura Period, mid-13th century, 
W. 32.1 cm. 52,286 

Nika By a kudo: The White Path to the 
Western Paradise Across Two Rivers, 
Hanging scroll, ink and color on silk. 
Japan, Kamakura Period, 13th-14th 
century. H. 123.5 cm. 55.44 

Yuzu Nemhutsu Engi: Efficacy of Repeated Invocations 
to the Amida Buddha (detail), Handscroll, ink, color 
and gold on paper. Japan, Kamakura Period, 14th 
century. W. 12 m. 87.4 cm. 56.87 


Plum Blossoms. Hanging scroll, ink 
on paper. Japan, Nambokucho Period, 
1333-1392. H. 103.5 cm. 70.75 

Choyo, Priest Sewing Under the 
Morning Sun. Hanging scroll, ink 
on paper. Kao, Japanese, ca. 1350, 
Nambokucho Period. H. 83.7 cm. 

Noh Mask of Ko-beshimi (Small Demon). 
Wood with metal insets and 
polychromy. Japan, Muromachi 
Period, 1392-1573. H. 20.4 cm. 72.70 

Kasuga Mandala. Hanging scroll, 
ink and color on silk. Japan, 
Nambokucho Period, 1333-1392. 
H. 119.3 cm. 17.93 

Haboku Landscape. Hanging scroll, 
ink on paper. Sesshu, Japanese, 
1420-1506, Muromachi Period. 

H. 71.9 cm. 55.43 


Landscapes of the Four Seasons. One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink and 
slight color on paper, RiShubun, Japanese, active ca. 1424, Muiomachi 
Period. H. 92.7 cm, 76,93 

Haboku Landscape. Hanging scroll, 
ink on paper. Shugetsu, Japanese, 
died ca. 1510, Muromachi Period, 
H. 59.6 cm. 76,59 

Winter and Spring Landscape . Six-fold screen, ink and slight color on paper. 
Attributed to Shubun {priest of Shokoku-ji, Kyoto), Japanese, ca, 1414-1463, 
Muromachi Period. W. 265.8 cm. 58,476 


Eight in the Region of the Hsiao and Hsiang 
Rivers. Fusuma panel remounted as a hanging scroll, 
ink on paper, Ca, 1509, Soami, Japanese, 

1485{?>1525* Muromachi Period* H* 128.6 cm, 63,262 

Horses and Grooms in the Stable (detail). One of a 
pair of six-fold screens, ink and color on paper. 
Japan, Muromachi Period, 1392-1573. W. 348*6 cm 

Tiger and Dragon , Pair of six-fold screens, ink on paper. Season, Japanese, ca. 1504-ca. 1589, Muromachi Period, 
W, 339 cm, 59.136, 59,137 


Namban Byobu: Screen of Southern Barbarians. One of a pair of six-fold 
screens, ink, color, and gold on paper. Japan, Momoyama Period, 
ca. 1610-1614. W. 334.3 cm. 60.194 

Bamboo in Wind. One of a pair of 
hanging scrolls, ink on silk. Genga, 
Japanese, early 16th century, 
Muromachi Period. H. 95.2 cm. 75.71 

Flowers and Birds in a Spring Land¬ 
scape. Fusuma panel remounted as a 
hanging scroll, ink and color on 
paper. Attributed to Kano Motonobu, 
Japanese, 1476-1559. H. 177.3 cm. 70.6 

Writing Box. Lacquer on wood with 
maki-e design. Japan, Muromachi 
Period, 15th century. W. 24.2 cm. 


Cosmetic Box. Lacquer on wood. 
Japan, Momoyama Period, 1573-1615. 
W. 33,3 cm, 66.25 

Table . Lacquer on wood with maki-e design. Japan, 
Muromachi Period, 15th century. W. 58.4 cm. 58.429 

Ewer with Tortoise-Shell Motif. 
Qribe ware, stoneware. Japan, 
Momoyama Period, 1573-1615. 
H. 21 cm, 58,336 

Water Pot. Shino ware, stoneware. 
Japan, Momoyama Period, 16th 
century. H. 18.4 cm. 72.9 


Bowl with Christian Design of Cross 
and Insignia of the Society of Jesus. 
Hagi ware, stoneware. Japan, 
Momoyama Period, ca. 1600. D. 31 cm. 

Jar. Shigaraki ware, stoneware. 

Japan, Momoyama Period, 1573-1615. 
H. 28.6 cm. 69.227 

Dish with Design of Valerian and Rocks in a Garden. 
Nezumi Shino ware, stoneware. Japan, Momoyama Period, 
ca. 1610. W. 23.4 cm. 66.24 

Crossing at Sano: Sano no Watari. Single-panel screen, 
ink, color, and gold on paper. Nonomura Sotatsu, 
Japanese, 1576-1643(7), Edo Period. H. 126 cm. 49.554 


Dish with Design of Three Wild 
Geese in Flight. Nezumi Shino ware, 
stoneware. Japan, Momoyama Period, 
ea. 1600. D. 16.5 cm. 59.35 

Chrysanthemums by a Stream, One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink and 
color on gold ground paper. Ogata Korin, Japanese, 1658-1716, Edo Period. 
W, 369.9 em. 58.207 

Tsuta-no-hosomichi: The Ivy Lane, section IX from Ise Monogatari. 

Six-fold screen, ink and color on gold ground paper. Fukae Roshu, Japanese, 
1699-1757, Edo Period. W. 267.8 cm. 54.127 


The Beach at Sumiyoshi from Ise Irises. One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink and color on gold ground 

Monogatari (Tales of he). Album leaf, paper. Watanabe Shiko, Japanese, 1683-1755, Edo Period. W. 334.3 cm. 54.604 

color and gold on paper, Nonomura 
Sotatsu, Japanese, 1576-1643 (?), Edo 
Period. H. 24.5 cm. 51398 

Sanjuroku-kasen: The Thirty-Six Immortal Poets , Two-fold 
screen, ink and color on paper. Attributed to Kakei 
(Kagci), active ea. 1740-1750, Edo Period. W. 182.6 cm. 

The Zen Priest Choka. Hanging scroll, 
ink on paper. Nonomura Sotatsu, 
Japanese, 1576-1643(7), Edo Period. 
H. 95.8 cm. 58.289 


Lions. One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink and color on gold ground 
paper. Yamaguchi Sekkei, Japanese, 1644-1732, Edo Period. W. 333 cm. 72.10 

Poem Scroll (detail). Handscroll, ink and color on silk 
over gold ground paper. Calligraphy by Hon’ami Koetsu, 
1558-1637; painting by Nonomura Sotatsu, 1576-1643 (?), 
Japanese, Edo Period. W. 543.4 cm. 72.67 

Paulownias and Chrysanthemums. Two-fold screen, ink, 
color, and gold on paper. Sakai Hoitsu, Japanese, 
1761-1828, Edo Period. W. 154.9 cm. 64.386 


flowers of Four Seasons . One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink and color 
on paper. Kitagawa Sosetsu, Japanese, active mid-17 th century, Edo Period* 
W. 330.7 cm* 68.193 

The Actor San jo Kan taro. Ink and 
color on paper. Kaigetsudo Ando, 
Japanese, Edo Period, ca. 1714* 

H* 107.5 cm* 61*41 

Bamboo Cliffs After Rain. Two-fold screen, ink on paper. 
Ikeno Taiga, Japanese, 1723-1776, Edo Period. 

W. 182,3 cm. 58.337 

Portrait of the Chinese Priest 
Dokuritsu. Dated 1671. Hanging 
scroll, ink and color on paper. 

Kita Genki, Japanese, fl* 1664-1698. 
H. 111*5 cm* 65.31 


Gathering at the Orchid Pavilion. Six-fold screen, ink 
and slight color on paper* Maruyama Okyo, Japanese, 
17334795; Edo Period* W. 191.8 cm* 77.1 

Summer Night. One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink, 
gold, and silver on paper* Maruyama Okyo, Japanese, 
17334795, Edo Period. W. 362 cm. 73.157 

Forbidden to the Vulgar: Hanging 
scroll, ink on paper. Uragami 
Gyokudo, Japanese, 17454820, Edo 
Period. H. 134.6 cm, 64.367 

Water Buffalo Returning Home. Dated 
1781* Yosa Buson, Japanese, 1716-1783, 
Edo Period. H. 130.8 cm. 70.77 

Puppies, Sparrows, and Chrysanthemums. 
One of four fusuma panels mounted as 
hanging scrolls, ink and light color 
on paper. Nagasawa Rosetsu, Japanese, 
1754-1799* H. 167*6 cm* 70.71 


Inchu-hatsen-zu: The Eight Immortals of Drinking. One of a pair of six-fold 
screens, ink and gold on paper. Soga Shohaku, Japanese, 1730-1781, Edo 
Period. W. 352.4 cm. 76.11 

White Prunus. Dated 1834. Hanging 
scroll, ink on silk. Yamamoto 
Baiitsu, Japanese, 1783-1856, Edo 
Period. H. 172.4 cm. 75.93 

Horse Race at the Kamo Shrine. One of a pair of six-fold screens, ink and 
color on gold ground paper. Japan, Edo Period, 17th century. W. 362 cm. 

Noh Robe. Silk embroidery on silk 
ground overlaid with (beaten) gold 
leaf. Japan, early 17th century. 

L. 158.5 cm. 74.36 


Standing Figure of a Beauty. 
Kakiemon-type ware, porcelain. Japan, 
Edo Period, late 17th century. 

H. 38 cm. 64.366 

Bowl (one of a pair). Kakiemon ware, 
porcelain. Japan, Edo Period, late 
17th century. D. 35.5 cm. 64.364 

Covered Bowl with Chrysanthemums and 
Chidori. Kakiemon ware, porcelain 
decorated in colored enamels. Japan, 

Edo Period, early 18th century. 

D. 21 cm. 61.42 

Plate with Bird and Flowers. Kutani 
ware, porcelain. Japan, Edo Period, 
17th century. D. 29.8 cm. 60.174 

Dish with Design of Plovers over 
Waves. Glazed earthenware. Design by 
Ogata Korin, 1658-1716; dish by 
Ogata Kenzan, 1663-1743, Japanese, 
Edo Period. W. 22 cm. 66.365 


Fuji in Gear Weather . Coloi woodblock print. Katsushika 
Hokusai, Japanese, 1760-1849, Edo Period, Ukiyo-e School. 
W. 37.5 cm. 30,189 

The Inconstant Type , from the series 
Studies in Physiognomy: Ten Kinds 
of Women. Color woodblock prints. 
Kitagawa Utamaro, Japanese, 
1753-1806, Edo Period, Ukiyo-e 
School, H, 36.2 cm, 30.218 

The Hurricane , from the series Fifty-Three Stations of 
the Tokaido. Color woodblock print. Utagawa Hiroshige, 
Japanese, 1797-1858, Edo Period, Ukiyo-e School. 

W. 38 cm. 48.307 


Matsumoto Koshiro IV as Gorobei, the 
Fishmonger of Sanya. Color woodblock 
print. Sharaku, Japanese, active 
1794-1795, Edo Period, Ukiyo-e 
School. H. 38.5 cm. 74.78 

Youth Representing Monju, God of 
Wisdom, on a Lion. Color woodblock 
print. Suzuki Harunobu, Japanese, 
1724-1770, Edo Period, Ukiyo-e 
School. H. 29.2 cm. 30.177 


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Jadeite Seated Figure. Mexico, Olmec, 
before 300. H. 11 cm. 41.390 

Stone Ceremonial Axe. Mexico, Olmec, 
before 300. H. 32.1 cm. 54.856 

Stone Seated Figure. Mexico, Olmec, Jade Mask. Mexico, Olmec, before 

before 300. H. 26 cm. 51.179 300. H. 13.7 cm. 67.154 

Stone Head. Mexico, Olmec, lst-5th 
century. H. 16.5 cm. 53.369 


Jadeite Head. Mexico, Olmec, lst-5th 
century. H. 7.3 cm. 61.31 

Terra-cotta Head. Mexico, Classic 
Veracruz Style (Totonac or Tajin), 
5th-9th century. H. 28.7 cm. 40.11 

Stone Recumbent Anthropomorphic Figure. Mexico, Classic 
Veracruz Style (Totonac or Tajin), 4th-5th century (?). 

L. 42.1 cm. 48.355 

Terra-cotta Painted Head. Mexico, 
Classic Veracruz Style (Totonac or 
Tajin), 5th-9th century. H. 17.2 
cm. 47.26 


Earthenware Seated Figure. Mexico* 
Oaxaca, Monte Alban II (Zapotec), 
5th-6th century. H. 32.2 cm. 54.857 

Earthenware Dog v Mexico, Colima, 
4th-7th century. H. 39.7 cm. 64.37 

Palma Stone. Gray volcanic stone. 
Mexico, Classic Veracruz Style 
(Totonac or Tajin), ca. 1200. 

H. 49.2 cm. 73.3 

Yoke . Serpentine with traces of cinnabar. Mexico, 
Classic Veracruz Style (Totonac or Tajin), ca, 1000, 
H. 42.5 cm. 73.213 


Gold Shell with Bells. Mexico, 

Oaxaca, Mixtec, after 1000. H. 7.7 cm. 

Seated Figure of Tlaloc, The Rain God. 
Serpentine. Mexico, Aztec, 13th-l 5th 
century. H. 28.6 cm. 66.361 

Monkey. Stone. Mexico, Tacubaya, 
Aztec, 15th century. H. 24.5 cm. 

Mask. Turquoise mosaic and terra 
cotta. Mexico (?), ca. 1220. 

H. 13.8 cm. 67.141 

Xochipilli, God of Flowers, Dances 
and Games. Stone. Mexico, Aztec, 
15th century. H. 27.6 cm. 49.555 


Seated Figure. Incised shell. 
Guatemala, Maya, 3rd-5th century. 
H. 16.5 cm. 65.550 

Woman in Ceremonial Robes. Limestone relief. Mexico 
or Guatemala, Usumacinta Region, Maya, ca. 795. 

H. 60.3 cm. 62.32 

Stone Head. Honduras, Copan, Maya, 
7th-8th century. H. 52.7 cm. 


Relief: Part of a Stele. Limestone. 
Mexico or Central America, Maya, 
7th-8th century. H. approx. 

244.3 cm. 67.29 


Incense Burner Terra cotta. Mexico, 
Palenque Region, Maya, 7th-8th 
century. H. 104.1 cm. 65.248 

Vase. Earthenware with painted 
decorations. Guatemala, Kixpec, 
Maya, 8th-10 century. H. 16.5 cm. 

Left: Jade Head. Honduras, Copan, Maya, 7th-8th century. 
H. 7.6 cm. 47.176. Center: Jadeite Pendant. Mexico or 
Central America, Maya, 6th-8th century. H. 6.8 cm. 52.119 
Right: Plaque. Crystalline green stone. Mexico or 
Central America, Maya, 7th-9th century. H. 4.8 cm. 50.153 

Figure of a Warrior. Terra cotta. 
Mexico, Yucatan, Island of Guaymil, 
Maya, 9th-10th century. H. 26.1 cm. 


Eccentric Flint in Human Shape. 
Stone. Guatemala, Quiriqua, Maya, 
6th-8th century. H. 34.6 cm. 

Bird (Head of a Staff). Gold. 
Colombia, Quimbaya, 14th-l 5th 
century. H. 7.5 cm. 54.594 

Jaguar Macehead. Stone. Costa Rica, 
Nicoya, Chorotegan, 8th-9th century. 
H. 8.7 cm. 46.469 

Gold Pin. Colombia, Quimbaya, 14th- 
15th century. H. 22.7 cm. 47.30 

Gold Plaque. Panama, Code', 14 th- 
15th century. H. 25.6 cm. 52.459 


Double Puma Staff Head. Gold. 
Colombia, Quimbaya, 14th-15th 
century. H. 22.7 cm. 44.319 

Anthropomorphic Seated Figure. Gold. 
Colombia, Quimbaya, 14th-l 5th 
century. H. 7.3 cm. 39.509 

Gold Spoon. Peru, North Coast, 
Chavin, 1st millennium BC. 

L. 17.5 cm. 58.177 

Stirrup Jar. Earthenware. Peru, 
Chavin, 1st millennium BC. 

H. 22.7 cm. 68.192 

Gold Plaque. Peru, North Coast, 
Chavin, 1st millennium BC. 

H. 21.8 cm. 46.117 


Bowl with Incised Decoration. Stone. 
Peru, North Coast, Chavin, 1st 
millennium BC. H. 6.5 cm. 55.167 

Finial in the Form of a Monkey. Border of a Mantle. Painted cotton tabby. Peru, South Coast, Paracas, 

Gold. Peru, North Coast, Mochica, Early Period. Over-all: W. 254.2 cm. Detail: W. 68.5 cm. 40.530 

lst-5th century. H. 36.8 cm. 



j Poncho, Needle reseau, wool, Peru, South Coast, 
Paracas, Early Period. H. 94 cm. 40*514 

Fringed Poncho. Embroidery, wool, Peru, South Coast, 
Paracas, Early Period. H. 147.5 cm. 46.227 

Pan of a Mantle. Embroidery, wool. Peru, South 
Coast, Paracas, Early Period. Over-all: W. 139 cm. 
Detail: H. 47 cm* 40,528 

Mosaic Relief Peru, North (?) 
Coast, Tiahuanaco, 9th-10th 
century. H. 6.5 cm. 44*291 


Textile. Tapestry weave, wool and cotton. Peru, 
South Coast, Tiahuanaco, Middle Period. H. 39.4 cm. 

Jar. Earthenware with painted 
decoration. Peru, South Coast, 
Tiahuanaco, 1 Oth-12th century 
H. 36.7 cm. 55.173 

Poncho. Tapestry weave, wool and cotton. Peru, 
South Coast, Tiahuanaco, Middle Period. W. 115 cm. 

Square Hat. Knotted pile, wool. 
Peru, South Coast, Tiahuanaco, 
Middle Period. H. 14.3 cm. 45.378 


Front of a Utter. Painted wood, Peru, North Coast, Chimu, 12tfo-13th 
century, H, 57,8 cm. 52,233 

Poncho , Tapestry weave, wool and 
cotton, Peru, South Coast, Inca 
Culture, 1400-1532. H. 85 cm. 

Half Poncho. Tapestry weave, wool 
and cotton, Peru, Inca Period, 

16th century. H. 95.3 cm, 51.393 

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Ladle. Carved horn and bone. 
Northwest Coast, Tlingit. L. 30.5 cm. 

Covered Basket. United States, 
Oregon, Klamath River, Yurok Tribe. 
H. 18.4 cm. 17.498 

Bowl. Earthenware. United States, 
New Mexico, Mimbres Valley, ca. 
1000-1200. D. 20.5 cm. 73.165 

Necklace. Silver. United States, 
Arizona, Navajo, ca. 1900. 

L. 39.3 cm. 16.173 

Breastplate. Quill and feathers. 
United States, Northern Plains, 
late 19th century. H. 44.5 cm. 

Bowl Basket. United States. 
California, Panamint Tribe. 
D. 43.2 cm. 17.499 


Jan Earthenware* United States, New Mexico, Zuni 
Pueblo. H. 26 cm. 23*1082 

Plate. Earthenware* Maria Martinez 
and Po Fovida, 1968, United States, 
New Mexico, San Ildefonso Pueblo, 
D. 26.4 cm. 70.508 

Ceremonial Blanket. Mountain-goat wool, cedar bark. 
Northwest Coast, Tlingit, late 19th century. W. 162.5 cm. 

Woman y s Dress. Leather and beads. United States, 
Sioux, late 19th century. L, 142,3 cm. 32.44 

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Mule’s Head. Wood and metal. Africa, 
Mali, Bambara Tribe (Bamana), before 
1935. H. 40.7 cm. 35.307 

Woman and Child (ancestor or 
maternity group?). Wood. Africa, 
Ivory Coast, Korhogo District, Senufo 
Tribe (Siena), probably ca. 1930. 

H. 63.5 cm. 61.198 

Mask with Female Figure (Satimhe?). 
Wood. Africa, Mali, Sanga (?), 

Dogon Tribe, probably ca. 1940. 

H. 111.2 cm. 60.169 

Miniature Mask. Cast gold. Africa, 
Ivory Coast, Baule Tribe, before 
1951. H. 7.5 cm. 54.602 

Snake. Painted wood. Africa, 

Guinea, Baga Tribe, Landuman 
Subtribe(?), before 1958. H. 148 cm. 

Seated Figure. Soapstone. Africa, 
Guinea, Kisi River Area, 18th 
century (?). H. 23.8 cm. 76.29 


Plaque with Warrior. Bronze. 
Africa, Nigeria, Benin City, 
17th century. H. 49.4 cm. 

Bush Cow Mask. Painted wood. 
Africa, Upper Volta, Bobo-Diulasso 
District, probably ca. 1940-1950. 

H. 69.8 cm. 69.2 

Altar Portrait of a Deceased Oba. 
Bronze. Africa, Nigeria, Benin City, 
17th century. H. 29.9 cm. 38.6 

Post Sculpture with Two Figures. 
Painted wood. Africa, Nigeria, 
Yoruba Tribe, ca. 1920. H. 106.7 
H. 106.7 cm. 69.55 

One of a Pair of Lions. Wood. Africa, Dahomey, Baname 
Village, Donvide Family, ca. 1940. H. 35.9 cm. 65.324 


Helmet Mask. Wood. Africa, Cameroon 
Grasslands, Bam uni Tribe, ca. 1900. 

H. 57,2 cm, 67.151 

Ancestor Figure. Wood. Africa, 

Upper Lualaba Area, Zaire, 

Basikasingo Tribe, probably before 1930, 
H. 48*2 cm* 69,10 

Mask. Wood and fiber. Africa, 
Kwango-Kwilu Area, Zaire, Bayaka 
Tribe, ca. 1935-1940, H. 47 cm. 

Male Cult Figure. Wood. Africa, 
Kwango-Kwilu Area, Zaire, Bayaka 
Tribe, probably ca. 1900. 

H. 61 cm. 70,34 

Helmet Mask. Painted wood. Africa, 
Kasai-Sankuru Area, Zaire, Bakuba 
Tribe, probably late 19th century. 
H. 43.2 cm, 35.304 

Standing Male Figure . Wood, iron, 
and glass. Africa, Congo-Brazzaville, 
Bakongo Tribe or Bavili Sub-Tribe, 
early 19th century. H. 55.9 cm. 

Oceanic Gif' 


Katnanggabi Figure. Painted wood and 
cowrie shell. Melanesia, New 
Guinea, Central Scpik River District, 
Arambak People, probably ca. 
1920-1930, H. 207 cm. 63.553 

Ancestral Figure. Painted wood with 
fiber and tapa cloth. Melanesia, 

New Guinea, Middle Sepik River, 
19th century. H. 105.4 cm. 71.150 

Canoe Splashboard. Wood. Melanesia, New Guinea, 

Massim Area, Trobriand Islands, 19th century. H. 58.7 cm. 

Suspension Hook. Painted wood. 
Melanesia, New Guinea, Sepik River, 
ca. 1940 (7). H. 56.5 cm. 70.21 

War Shield. Painted wood. 

Melanesia, Dutch New Guinea, Asmat, 
ca. 1940. H. 176.5 cm. 63.554 


Lintel. Wood. Polynesia, New Zealand, Maori, early 19th century. 
H. 35 cm. 62.350 

Stilt Footrest. Wood. Polynesia, 
Marquesas Islands, early 19th century. 
H. 38.1 cm. 70.114 

Staff (U’u). Stained ironwood. 
Polynesia, Marquesas Islands, early 
19th century. H. 148.3 cm. 


Ceremonial Adze. Wood, stone and 
fiber. Polynesia, Central Hervey 
Islands, probably late 19th century. 
H. 124.5 cm. 40.1078 


Malanggan Memorial Festival Pole. 
Painted wood, sea snail opercula. 
Melanesia, New Ireland, 19th 
century. H. 92.7 cm. 71.149 

Yoke. Wood. Polynesia, Easter Islands, 19th century, L* 69.8 cm. 61.406 


Only individual artists are included in 
this index. Consult the table of 
contents for works with period or 
school attributions , 

Abdallah ibn abFadl, 278 
Adams, Ansel, 258 
Algardi, Alessandro, 137, 139 
Allston, Washington, 200 
Alpais, G. (attributed), 51 
Altdorfer, Albrecht, 131 
Altichieri, Aitichiero, 66 
A man-Jean, Edmond Francis, 217 
Ando, Kaigetsudo, 384 
Andreoli da Gubbio, Giorgio 
(Maestro Giorgio), 103, 105, 107 
Antimenes Painter, 23 
Arp, Jean (Hans), 246 
Attavanti, Attavante degli, 93 
Auguste, Henri, 191 
Aved, Jacques-Andre-Joseph-Camelot, 

Baiitsu, Yamamoto, 386 
Baldung, Hans (called Grien), 88 
Barbari, Jacopo de 5 , 103 
Barbieri, Francesco (called Guercino), 

Barocci, Federico, 116 
Bartolommeo, Fra, 99 
Bartolommeo Veneto, 102 
Basawan (attributed), 304 
Bassano, Jacopo, 114 
Bassano, Leandro, 114 
Bazzani, Giuseppe, 148 
Beaumetz, Jean de, 7 1 
Bellange, Jacques, 120 
Bellano, Bartolommeo (circle), 98 
Bellows, George Wesley, 236 
Berchem, Nicolas, 163 

Berlinghlero (Berlinghiero di 
Milanese the Elder), 62 
Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo, 135 
Besnard, Albert, 212 
Blackburn, Joseph, 197 
Blarnberghe, Louis Nicholas van, 183 
Bles, Herri met de, 121 
Bologna, Giovanni, 116 
Bologna, Niccolo da, 66 
Bondol, Jean, 70 
Bonnard, Pierre, 226 
Borch, Gerard ter, 162 
Botticelli, Sandro, 92 
Botticini, Francesco, 91 
Boucher, Francois, 177, 178 
Bouguereau, William Adolphe, 212 
Boulle, Andre-Charles, 174 
Boulogne, Valentin de, 171 
Bourdelle, Emile Antoine, 221 
Bourke-White, Margaret, 259 
Bouts, Aelbrecht, 78 
Bouts, Dieric, 79 
Brachfeldt, Andreas, 164 
Brancusi, Constantin, 246 
Braque, Georges, 242, 243 
Brassal (Gyula Halasz), 259 
Briosco, Andrea (called il Riccio), 

100 , 101 

Briosco, Benedetto ( workshop), 97 
Broeucq, Jacques du (workshop), 122 
Bronzino, Agnolo, 112 
Brown, John, 194 
Brown, John George, 231 
Bruegel, Pieter (I), 122 
Burchfield, Charles E,, 237 
Burgkrnair, Hans, 126, 127 
Buson, Yosa, 385 
Bustelli, Franz Anton, 168 

Caffieri, Jacques, 181 
Cambiaso, Luca, 114 
Camerino, Carlo da, 68 
Cameron, Julia Margaret, 259 
Campagnola, Domenico, 110 
Campagnola, Giulio, 105 
Campin, Robert, 75 
Canale, Giovanni Antonio 
(called Canaletto), 147 
Canova, Antonio, 203 
Caravaggio, Michelangelo 
Merisi da, 135 
Carlin, Martin, 190 
Caro, Anthony, 256 
Carpeaux, Jean-Baptiste, 210 
Carracci, Annibale, 115 
Carriere, Eugene, 218 
Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 25 8 
Cassatt, Mary, 234 
Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto, 

139, 141 

Castiglione, Giuseppe 
(Lang Shih-ning), 358 
Cattaneo, Danese, 108 
Cavallino, Bernardo, 137 
Cazzaniga, Tommaso (workshop), 97 
Cezanne, Paul, 219, 220 
Chamberlain, John Angus, 251 
Champaigne, Philippe de, L71 
Chang Wu, 346 
Chao Ch% 347 
Chao Chung, 346 
Chao Kuang-fu (attributed), 340 
Chao Meng-fu, 346 
Chardin, Jean-Baptiste-Simeon, 


Chase, William Merritt, 233 
Ch’en Hung-shou, 352, 353 
Chhu Ying, 351 
Chou Ch’en, 350 


Chou Wen-chii (after), 339 
Chii-Jan (attributed), 339 
Chu Pi-shan, 344 
Chu Ta, 356 

Church, Frederic Edwin, 229 
Cima da Conegiiano, Giovanni 
Battista, 102 
Claude, see Gellee. 

Cleveland Painter, 23 

Clodion (Claude Michel), 188, 189 

Colantonio (?), 89 

Cole, Thomas, 228 

Colombe, Michel (circle), 83 

Coninxloo, Gillis van, 122 

Constable, John, 208 

Copley, John Singleton, 198 

Cornell, Joseph, 252 

Corot, Jean Baptiste Camille, 

207, 209 

Courbet, Gustave, 210, 211 
Court, Jean (called Vigier) 
(attributed), 120 
Cozzarelli, Guidoccio (near), 95 
Crabbe, Frans, 120 
Cranach, Lucas (the Elder), 128 
Credi, Lorenzo di, 92 
Crivelli, Carlo Giovanni, 102 
Cuyp, Aelbert, 161 

Dalou, Jules, 210 

Daubigny, Charles Francis, 209 

Daucher, Adolph, 125 

Daumier, Honore Victorin, 210 

David, Gerard, 78 

David, Jacques Louis, 202 

Davis, Stuart, 253 

Degas, Hilaire-Germain Edgar, 

213, 214 

de Kooning, Willem, 250 
Delacroix, Eugene, 205, 206 
Delaisement, Nicholas-Denis, 190 
Dell, Peter, 130 
Dickinson, Preston, 237 
Diebenkorn, Richard, 252 
Diller, Burgoyne, 253 
Dodin, 191 
Dolci, Carlo, 140 

Domenigo da Venezia (workshop), 

Doomer, Lambert, 156 
Dossi, Dosso (Giovanni di Lutero), 

Douris, 23 

Drouais, Francis Hubert, 179 
Dubois, Jacques, 185 
Dubois, Rene, 188 
Ducrollay, Charles, 183 
Diirer, Albrecht, 124, 125 
Dughet, Gaspard, 172 
Dugourc, Jean Demosthene, 188 
Dumont, Jean Joseph, 178 
Duveneck, Frank, 230 
Duvet, Jean, 117 
Dyck, Anthony van, 154 

Eakins, Thomas, 232 
Eddy, Don, 257 
Egerton Master, 71 
Ensor, James, 240 
Erhart, Gregor (after), 129 
Evans, Walker, 259 
Everdingen, Allart van, 157 

Faberge, Carl (firm), 227 
Fan Ch’i, 357 
Fantin-Latour, Henri, 21 1 
Feininger, Lyonel, 244 
Feke, Robert, 197 
Ferrer, Jaime (II), 83 
Feuchtmeyer, Joseph Anton 
(or circle), 165 

Foggini, Giovanni Battista, 142 
Fontana Family (atelier), 111 
Fragonard, Jean Honore, 186 
Francesco di Giorgio (circle), 94 
Frowin, Abbot (attributed), 57 
Ftiger, Friedrich Heinrich, 168 

Gagini, Antonello, 110 
Gainsborough, Thomas, 193 
Gauguin, Paul, 223 
Gebel, Matthes, 89, 130 
Gellee, Claude (called Claude 
Lorrain), 172 
Genga, 378 
Genki, Kita, 384 
Gentileschi, Orazio, 135 
Gerhaert von Leyden, Nicolaus 
(circle), 86 

Gerhard, Hubert, 1 34 
Gericault, Theodore, 206 
Germain, Francois Thomas, 183 
Gherarducci, Silvestro dei, 65 
Gifford, Sanford Robinson, 229 
Giordano, Luca, 140 
Giovanni da Firenze (attributed), 


Giovanni di Agostino, 63 
Giovanni di Lutero (Dosso Dossi), 97 
Giovanni di Paolo, 67 
Giovanni, Matteo (near), 95 
Girolamo dai Libri, 98 
Glackens, William J., 235 
Godefroid de Clair (circle), 53 
Gotz, Joseph Matthias, 165 
Gogh, Vincent van, 221 
Goldsmith, Jonathon, 201 
Goltzius, Hendrik, 153 
Gorky, Arshile, 249 
Gossaert de Mabuse, Jan, 122 
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose, 

Goyen, Jan van, 156 
Gozzoli, Benozzo (circle), 90 
Graves, Morris, 240 
El Greco (Domenico Theotocopuli), 

Grien, see Baldung. 

Gros, Antoine-Jean, 202, 203 
Guardi, Francesco, 146 
Guardi, Giovanni Antonio, 143 
Guercino (Giovanni Francesco 
Barbieri), 136 
Guino, Richard, 218 
Gujarati, Sur, 304 
Gunther, Franz Ignaz, 166 
Guston, Philip, 253 
Gyokudo, Uragami, 385 

Hagenauer, Friedrich (attributed), 

Hagenauer, Johann Baptist, 165 
Halasz, Gyula (Brassai), 259 
Hals, Frans, 157 

Hart, George Overbury (“Pop”), 238 
Hartley, Marsden, 239 
Harunobu, Suzuki, 389 
Haseltine, William Stanley, 232 


Hassam, Childe, 234 
Heade, Martin Johnson, 229 
H el mars hausen, Hermann von 
(co-worker of), 56 
Hilliard, Nicholas, 123 
Hiroshige, Utagawa, 388 
Hirschvogel, Augustin, 132 
Hobbema, Meindert, 163 
Hofmann, Hans, 250 
Hoitsu, Sakai, 383 
Hokusai, Katsushika, 388 
Holbein, Hans (I), 127 
Holbein, Hans (the Younger) 
(follower), 127 
Homer, Winslow, 231, 232 
Honthorst, Gerrit van, 1 53 
Hooch, Pieter de, 162 
Hopper, Edward, 238, 239 
Hsiao Yun-ts’ung, 356 
Hsieh Shih-ch’en, 351 
Hua Yen, 358 
Huber, Wolf, 131 
Hull, John, 196 
Hunt, Richard, 254 
Hurd, Nathaniel, 196 

LA,, 170 

Ibbetson, Julius Caesar, 194 
Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique, 204 
Inness, George, 230 
Isabey, Eugene Louis Gabriel, 205 
Lsabey, Jean-Baptiste, 207 

Jacob, Georges, 190 
Jacob, Henri, 191 
Jacque, Charles-Emile, 212 
Jammitzer, Wenzel (workshop), 

131, 133 
Jen Jen-fa, 346 
Johns, Jasper, 255 
Johnson, Cornelius L, 169 
Johnson, Eastman, 229 
Jordaens, Jacob, 155 
Juan de Flandes, 83 
JuBen, Guillaume (close to), 58 

Kaendler, Johann Joachim, 181 
Kakei (Kagei) (attributed), 382 
Kalf, Willem, 160 

Kao, 375 
Kao Tao (?), 342 
Karasz, Mariska, 251 
Keller, Henry G*, 239 
Kelly, Ellsworth, 254 
Kensett, John Frederick, 228 
Kenzan, Ogata, 387 
Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig, 245 
Klee, Paul, 246 
Kline, Franz, 252 
Koetsu, Hon’ami, 383 
Kooning, see de Kooning, 

Korin, Ogata, 381, 387 
Koshun, 371 
Krug, Ludwig, 126 
Kung Hsien, 357 
K^un-ts’an, 356 

Kupka, Frantisek (Frank), 243 

La Farge, John, 233 
la Hyre, Laurent de, 173 
Laib, Konrad, 77 
Lamerie, Paul de, 192 
Lancret, Nicolas, 175 
Lang Shih-ning (Giuseppe 
Castiglione), 358 
Lange, Dorothea, 259 
Langetti, Giovanni Battista, 139 
La pi, Gen (?), 65 
Largilliere, Nicolas de, 176 
la Tour, Georges de, 171 
Latz, Jacques-Pierre, 180 
Lawrence, Thomas, 195 
Leinberger, Hans, 87 
Leleu, Jean-Franyois, 191 
Lely, Peter, 169 
le Moiturier, Antoine, 84 
Lemoyne, Jean Baptiste (II), 182 
Le Nain, Mathieu, 171 
Lenckhardt, Adarn, 164 
Leonardo da Vinci (near), 99 
Le Page, 203 

Leyden, Lucas van, 120, 121; 

circle, 1 21 
Li An-chung, 341 
Li Shih-hsing, 346 
Li Sung, 342 

Liberate da Verona, Antonio, 96 
Lindner, Richard, 255 

Linnell, John, Sr*, 208 
Lipchitz, Jacques, 243, 246 
Lippi, Filippino, 93 
Lippi, Fra Filippo, 90 
Liss, Johann, 134 
Liu Shan-shou, 347 
Lo Ping, 358 

Lochner, Stephen (attributed), 75 
Lombardo, Antonio, 104 
Lombardo, Tullio (attributed), 105 
Lorenzo d^llessandro da 
Sanseverino, 95 
Lotto, Lorenzo, 106 
Louis, Morris, 256 
Lii Wen-ying, 348 
Luks, George Benjamin, 237 

Ma Lin, 342 
Ma Yuan, 341 

McIntyre, Samuel (attributed), 200 
Maestro Giorgio (Giorgio Andreoli 
da Gubbio), 103, 105, 107 
Magnasco, Alessandro, 141 
Maitre Franyois (close to), 85 
Majorelle, Louis, 226 
Manet, Edouard, 211, 21 3 
Mantegna, Andrea, 99; (attributed), 

Marin, John, 238 
Marini, Michele (Di Luca), 94 
Marquet, Pierre Albert, 225 
Master D*M*, 164 
Master E*S., 86 

Master Giorgio (Giorgio Andreoli di 
Gubbio), 103, 105, 107 
Master of 1419, 68 
Master of Gamensfelder and 
Fronleitner, 127 
Master of Heiligenkreuz, 75 
Master of Otto von Moerdrecht, 76 
Master of Rabenden, 88 
Master of the Aeneid Series, 117 
Master of the Bcffi Triptych 
(attributed), 64 

Master of the Brussels Initials, 68, 71 
Master of the Budapest Abundance, 

Master of the Dominican Effigies, 65 
Master of the Frondenberg 
Altarpiece, 74 


Master of the Grandmont Altar, 51 
Master of the Hausbuch, 77 
Master of the Oswald Reliquary, 54 
Master of the San Lucchese 
A11 arpiece ( attribu ted), 64 
Master of the Schlagl Altarpiece, 75 
Master of the Statuettes of St. John, 

Master of the Wettinger Gradual, 
Second, 61 

Master of the Year 1515, 101 
Master W with a Key, 78, 79 
Matisse, Henri, 248, 249 
Matteo di Giovanni di Barfolo, 95 
Mauch, Daniel (attributed), 126 
Maufra, Maxime, 225 
Maulbertsch, Franz Anton, 166 
Mazza, Giuseppe, 141 
Mazzuoli, Giuseppe (attributed), 141 
Meckenem, Israhel van, 87 
Meissonnier, Juste-Aurele, 177 
Memling, Hans (follower), 81 
Memmi, Lippo (school), 63 
Mery on, Charles, 209 
Mi Yu-jen, 341 

Michel, Claude (called Clodion), 

188, 189 

Michelangelo Buonarroti, 106 
Mielich, Hans, 130 
MUdorfer, Josef Ignaz, 166 
Millet, Jean-Franyois, 207 
Mlnio, Tiziano (attributed), 114 
Mino del Reame (?), 106 
Miro, Joan, 248 
Modersohn-Becker, Paula, 240 
Monaco, Lorenzo (school), 68 
Mondrian, Piet, 249 
Monet, Claude Oscar, 216, 220 
Mongin, Antoine-Pierre, 205 
Montagna, Benedetto, 104 
Moore, Henry Spencer, 246 
Morisot, Berthe, 215 
Moroni, Giovanni Battista, 112 
Motherwell, Robert, 250 
Motonobu, Kano (attributed), 378 
Mu Ch’i (attributed), 343 
Muhammad, Sultan (attributed), 280 
Munch, Edvard, 245 
Murillo, Bartolome Esteban, 150 

Nanteuil, Celestin, 207 
Nattier, Jean Marc, 179 
Negroii, Phiiippo (?), 117 
Neri da Rimini, 64 
Nevelson, Louise, 254 
Niccolo da Bologna, 66 
Niccolo di ser Sozzo Tegliacci, 63 
Nicoletto Rosex da Modena, 107 
Noguchi, Isamu, 253 
Noland, Kenneth, 257 
Nolde, Emil, 247 

Okyo, Maruyama, 385 
O lit ski, Jules, 257 
Orozco, Jose Clemente, 247 
Oudry, Jean-Baptiste, 178 

Pacio da Firenze (attributed), 64 
Panini, Giovanni Paolo, 145 
Pater, Jean Baptiste, 176 
Peale, Charles Willson, 199 
Peng Hsu, 350 
Penn, Irving, 258 
Perin-Salbreux, Lie Louis, 202 
Perugino, Pietro, 95 
Peto, John Frederick, 236 
Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista, 142 
Picasso, Pablo, 241, 242 
Pillemont, Jean, 187 
Pilon, Germain (attributed), 118 
Piranesi, Giovanni Battista, 145 
Pisanello (Antonio di Puccio Pisano), 
88, 89 

Pisano, Andrea (attributed), 64 

Pissarro, Camille, 215 

Pollaiuolo, Antonio, 91 

Polykleitos (school), 23 

Poons, Larry, 254 

Porter, Fairfield, 255 

Pot wine, John, 196 

Prendergast, Maurice, 235 

Prud'hon, Pierre Paul, 203 

Psiax, 22 

Puget, Pierre, 173 

Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre, 212 

Pyne, Benjamin, 192 

Quidor, John, 230 

Raeburn, Henry, 195 
Raimondi, Marcantonio, 112 
Rauschenberg, Robert, 255 
Raymond, Pierre, 119 
Redon, Odilon, 224 
Redoute, Pierre Joseph, 204 
Reinhart, Hans (the Elder), 128 
Reni, Guido, 137 
Renoir, Pierre Auguste, 215, 218, 


Revere, Paul, Jr., 200 
Reynolds, Joshua, 192 
Ribera, Jusepe de, 1 51 
Ribot, Theodule, 212 
0 Riccio (Andrea Briosco), 100, 101 
Riemensehneider, Tilmann, 87 
Rigaud, Hyacinthe, 175 
Rijn, Rembrandt Harmensz van, 158, 

Risen Burgh, Bernard van (II), 185 
Robbia, Giovanni della, 1 06 
Robert, Hubert, 186, 187 
Robusti, Jacopo (Tintoretto), 109 
Rodin, Auguste, 217 
Rosa, Salvator, 138 
Rosetsu, Nagasawa, 385 
Roshu, Fukae, 381 
Rosselii, Francesco (attributed), 93 
Rossellino, Antonio, 92 
Rossi, Angelo de, 108 
Rosso, Medardo, 217 
Roszak, Theodore, 251 
Rothko, Mark, 250 
Rouault, Georges, 247 
Rubens, Peter Paul, 154 
Rubielos Master, 73 
Ruisdael, Jacob van, 160, 161 
Ruysdael, Salomon van, l 57 
Ryder, Albert Pinkham, 233 

Saint-Aubin, Gabriel de, 182, 183 
Saint-Germain, Jean Joseph de, 183 
Saint-Germain, Pierre Marie Gault de, 

Salvi, Giovanni Battista (called 
Sassoferrato), 137 
Sanderson, Robert, 196 
Sansovino (Jacopo Tatti), 107 
Sarto, Andrea del, 107 


Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni), 66 
Sassoferrato, see Salvi. 

Savoldo, Giovanni Girolamo, 111 
Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl, 245 
Schongauer, Martin, 86, 87 
Schwanthaler, Johann Peter (the 
Elder), 165 

Schwinger, Herman, 164 
Second Master of the Wettinger 
Gradual, 61 
Segal, George, 256 
Sekkei, Yamaguchi, 383 
Sene, Jean-Baptist e-Claude, 190 
Sesshu, 375 
Sesson, 377 
Seurat, Georges, 223 
Sharaku, 389 
Shen Chou, 349 
Shih-jui, 348 
Shiko, Watanabe, 382 
Shohaku, Soga, 386 
Shubun (attributed), 376 
Shubun, Ri, 376 
Shugetsu, 376 
Siberechts, Jan, 155 
Sisley, Alfred, 217 
Sloan, John, 238 
Sluter, Claus, 72 
Smart, John, 194 
Smibert, John, 197 
Smith, David, 253 
Soami, 377 

Solimena, Francesco, 140 

Sommer, William, 239 

Sosetsu, Kitagawa, 384 

Sotatsu, Nonomura, 380, 382, 383 

Spinelli, Pari, 65 

Steen, Jan, 162 

Stieglitx, Alfred, 258 

Storr, Paul, 195 

Stoss, Veit, 77 

Straub, Johann Baptist, 167 

Strozzi, Bernardo, 136 

Stuart, Gilbert, 199 

Su Wen-nan, 355 

Sully, Thomas, 200 

Tai Chin, 348 
Taiga, Ikeno, 384 


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Tamayo, Rufino, 247 

T’ang Yin, 351 

T’ao Cheng, 349 

Tao-chi (Shih-Tao), 357 

Tatti, Jacopo (called Sansovino), 107 

Teniers, David (the Younger), 155 

Terborch, see Borch, 

Terbrugghen, Hendrick, 153 
Thayer, Abbott Handerson, 235 
Thelot, Johann Andreas, 164 
Theotoeopuli, Domenico (E! Greco), 

Thomire, Pierre Philippe, 203 
Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista, 144 
Tiepolo, Giovanni Domenico, 145 
Tietz, Ferdinand, 167 
Tiffany, Louis Comfort, 234, 235 
Tilliard, Jacques-Jean-Baptiste (called 
Jean Baptiste II Tilliard), 188 

Ting Yun-p’eng, 356 
Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti), 109 
Titian (Tiziano Vecelli), 109; 

(circle), 11 1 
Tobey, Mark, 251 
Torelli, Matteo, 68 
Tot Sint Jans, Geertgen, 76 
Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de, 222 
Treghart, Alexander, 133 
Troy, Jean-Franfois de, 176 
Ts'ui Tzu-Chung, 353 
Tu Chin, 349 
T J u Lo, 358 
Tung ChT-clVang, 352 
Tura, Cosimo (attributed), 96 
Turner, Joseph Mallord William, 208 
Tworkov, Jack, 253, 257 
Uberti, Lucan tonio degli, 93 
Ugolino di Nerio da Siena, 63 
Utamaro, Kitagawa, 388 
Uytewael, Joachim, 123 
Uytewael, Peter, /23 

Valenciennes, Henri de, 1 87 
van Gogh, see Gogh. 

Vecelli, Tiziano (Titian), 109; 

(circle), 111 

Velazquez, Diego Rodriguez 
de Silva y, 149 

Velde, Adriaen van der, 162 
Velde, Esaias van de, 1 57 
Veneziano, Jacoinetto, 101 
Veronese, Paolo, 112, 114 
Villon, Jacques, 248 
Vischer, Peter (the Younger) 
(workshop), 126 
Viti, Timoteo (attributed), 95 
Vittoria, Alessandro, 115 
Vlieger, Simon de, 156 
Vouet, Simon, 173 
Vries, Adriaen de (attributed), 134 
Vuillard, Edouard, 225 

W,i. f 170 

Wang Hui, 357, 358 
Wang Mien, 344 
Wang Yuan-chT, 357,358 
Ward, Evelyn Svec, 256 
Watteau, Jean Antoine, 175 
Weber, Max, 240 
Wechtlin, Hans, 126 
Weir, J. Alden, 234 
Weisweiler, Adam, 189 
Wen Cheng-ming, 350 
Werve, Claus de, 72 
West, Benjamin, 198 
Whistler, James McNeill, 230 
White, Minor, 259 
Wigstrom, Henrik, 227 
Wijnants, Jan, 161 
Winslow, Edward, 196 
Witte, Emanuel de, 157 
Wolf, Tobias, 130 
Wouwerman, Philips, 1 56 
Wright, Joseph, 199 
Wu Chen, 347 
Wu Pin, 351, 352 

Yang Chin, 358 
Yang Mao, 345 
Yao TMng-mei, 347 
Yen Hui, 345 
Yin Hung, 348 
Yin-Lo-lo (lndara), 345 
Yunkers, Adja, 251 

Zurbaran, Francisco de, 150 




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